Syracuse Business And Civil Law Blog

When businesses go public

During business formation and planning is when you want to strategize for a future IPO. New York is a world stage for initial public offerings, but planning for an IPO should be based on the right motivations. Going public is a challenge if you don't know where to get...

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How New York is limiting NDA’s

Non-disclosure agreements, or NDAs, are contracts used to keep people from talking about the terms of a settlement. At other times, they're used by employers to ensure confidentiality is honored. In recent years, this has become a serious issue in New York State....

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Dealing with a partnership dispute

Partnerships are very common business entities throughout the state of New York. They vary significantly in size and scope, ranging from small family partnership businesses to large enterprises that combine the assets and business knowledge of multiple entrepreneurs....

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What is the statute of frauds?

SOF, also known as the statute of frauds, is a legal concept pertaining to contracts that should be enforced in writing. The statute is for contracts for goods worth $500 or more and contracts for the sale of land. If you live in New York and need to know more about...

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