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By David M. Bishop | If you co-own a business you’ve probably been told to get a buy-sell agreement. A good buy-sell agreement creates a market for your shares when you die or depart the business. A buy-sell agreement also helps you block your co-owner’s transfer of the shares to...

By Matthew R. Joyner | On January 1, 2014, North Carolina’s “new” limited liability company act went into effect, replacing NCGS §57C with NCGS §57D. Despite the fact that the new LLC Act has been in force for almost two years now, we do not yet have appellate case law...

By J. Dain Dulaney, Jr. | So you’re the founder of an early stage company and have decided that you want to go out and raise capital for your new business venture. You network and talk to a number of people who give you great advice on how to go...

By David M. Bishop | Everyone knows that a letter of intent is not binding, right? Isn’t that why they call it a letter of intent rather than a contract? Well, not so fast. The question is more complex than it seems....