Naperville Business Lawyer Talks About the Importance of Shareholder and Operating Agreements

When you start any type of business, there are many details that you must address. These include obvious considerations such as where to open your business, what products or services you will offer, and how many employees you will need to serve your customers. If you are going into business with one or more other […]

Dissolving a Business Partnership

When you were starting your business, it seemed the most natural and easiest thing in the world to have a partner. You couldn’t start the company alone, after all, and having a partner meant having additional expertise, experience, and someone with whom you could “shop” ideas. “Business partnerships dissolve for many reasons,” according to the […]

Judge Sides with Shareholders in Apple Dispute

Hedge fund Greenlight Capitol and its operator David Einhorn heard some good news on February 22nd.  They have a huge interest in the future of Apple because they currently own a great deal of Apple stock valued at $585 million.  A federal judge blocked Apple from holding a vote during a February 27th shareholder meeting […]

Steinway Piano No Longer Selling

Steinway has been manufacturing pianos since forming as a company in 1853 in downtown Manhattan.  The first was made by German immigrant Heinrich Engelhard Steinweg, later known as Henry E. Steinway.  It has won a vast array of awards and even patented numerous innovations on pianos today.  The company was handed down to younger generations […]