Month: August 2018

Last month I suggested three must-dos for 2020. Whether you’ve started tackling all or none of them, they are on your radar. But you don’t know what you don’t know. So, to help steer you toward the next steps, let’s take a deeper dive into entity creation. You need an entity to legally separate your...

Business owners and managers encounter contracts—varying in type, purpose, and complexity—daily. The finer points of how contracts are formed, what the essential provisions are, and when a breach excuses performance are legal questions; but, the answers vary depending on each fact-driven scenario. To help you spot the thorny issues, we highlighted key general principles below....

Like a lot of you, I’m mostly working from home and my team is working from their homes. Fortunately, I have an in-house IT team (my three teen and twenty-something daughters), my feline “assistants” who, when they’re not sitting on my keyboard or eating my plants, are great company, and convenient access to cold brew...

What is a B corporation? A benefit corporation is a new type of entity created by the Wisconsin legislature to allow for-profit businesses to adopt a corporate structure that requires consideration of the public good as well as profits. Accordingly, the best interests of a benefit corporation (sometimes called a B corporation) extend beyond the...