A few weeks ago I discussed my interview about developments in real estate law with my friend and colleague John VanDuzer, CPA of the James Moore & Co. accounting firm. John hosts a highly regarded series of business interviews on his firm’s YouTube channel. For more on that interview, please see Lights, Camera… Real Estate!
John and I discussed developments in business law during a second interview. Here is a link to that recorded conversation.
The following are some of the topics we addressed during our ‘chat’. Giving credit where credit is due, here is John’s list:
- Any general trends or changes to M&A activity?
- What legal considerations are critical for all business owners to know?
- What items should be checked on periodically just to make sure they are working as intended (operating agreements, buy/sell agreements, etc.)?
- What steps can a business owner take to position their companies for a sale?
And also, the roles of force majeure clauses in transactional contracts and business interruption insurance coverage.
(All in about 45 minutes.)
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