Limited liability companies (or LLCs) have long been the business entity of choice for many Nevada residents, and for good reason.  LLCs allow significant operational flexibility while simultaneously shielding assets from liability.  However, few are aware that Nevada...

Business owners who have formed a business entity know that the process of doing so can sometimes be complicated and confusing. A formal entity isn’t required to do business in Nevada, but operating without one is financially risky. That’s primarily because legal entit...

Protracted litigation can be very expensive. Legal fees skyrocket, and the stakes are often high. Lawsuits are sometimes unavoidable, but businesses can greatly reduce the risk by avoiding five common mistakes:

1.         Not drafting a clear shareholder agreement, oper...

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