Small businesses usually operate in the form of a corporation or a limited liability company. Most people form a corp or an LLC for the purpose of protecting themselves and their personal assets from liability. However, just filing a corporation or LLC alone is not enough to protect you and your assets, the company must be treated like a separate legal entity, corporate formalities must be followed, and transactions conducted properly. There are many common errors that small businesses make on a daily basis that can defeat the purpose of forming a corp or LLC. You would be surprised how easy it is to lose that corporate protection. The workshop will discuss these common mistakes and what should be done to maintain your corporate protection.
Richard A. Rosenzweig, Esq.
Attorney at Law
Thursday, November 17, 2016
705 Forest Avenue, 2nd Floor REAR
Staten Island, NY 10310