Author Archives: herbertwcooper

Judges “get” Facebook & LinkedIn for Business

Last post, I mentioned a case where the judge was willing to disregard a corporate entity and allowed my client to look directly to the entity owner, personally, for relief.  A particular issue which came up was whether a certain … Continue reading

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Corporate Formalities … or not …

Heading home from court the other day, I heard on the radio an ad from a company promising “inexpensive” incorporations.  They emphasized that there was no attorney needed.  It made me laugh.  I had just heard a judge tell opposing … Continue reading

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An Introduction to this blog …

This blog is intended to be a collection of short items about legal issues which affect small businesses, or which come up in representing small businesses in court … Hopefully, you’ll find it interesting. Feel free to post questions and … Continue reading

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Small Businesses and Legal Issues

A blog about legal and not-so-legal issues affecting small businesses, from formation through maturity and dissolution, including observations concerning incorporation, contracts, corporate formalities, how to avoid disputes among owners, vendors, and customers, and what happens when things go wrong …

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