After some general niceties, the conversation that I have when I first meet someone usually goes something like this:
Them: What do you do for a living?
Me: I’m an attorney.
Them: What kind of law do you practice?
What legal advice could save you tens of thousands of dollars and can make or break a legal matter you are involved with? That advice is very simple, but you would be surprised the number of times that it is ignored. What is this great legal advice?
From the borrower’s perspective, there are some special issues which arise with rents on commercial real estate properties in a foreclosure or bankruptcy setting. These issues must be thoroughly analyzed on the front end because cash is king, and continued use of cash to support the upkeep […]
The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) has collected small business economic trends data since 1973. The NFIB monthly surveys are available at their excellent website. The NFIB March report states that the current trends remain on par with the 2008 trends.
While the report notes that there […]