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Question I have a company in another state with my business partner, but I am relocating to Virginia and we wish to form a company here in a completely different industry. How should we do that? Can I just use a DBA to do what I want? If I have to set up a new company should I do it as a subsidiary of the first company or as a completely different one? If the new company is owned by the existing company in the other state would we have to register the new company as a foreign entity in Virginia? Answer If the operation in Continue Reading →
Entrepreneur and Argent Place Law attorney, Anjali Patel, leads the commercial real estate practice Argent Place Law not only supports entrepreneurs, we are entrepreneurs ourselves. Anjali Patel, Esq. leads our Commercial Real Estate practice, but she also encourages budding entrepreneurs, like her own three young children. They’ve come up with an idea and a website to promote intergenerational communications. It’s called Seeing I To I, and you can visit the site at https://seeing-i2i.com/ In fact ABC News reporter, Rebecca Jarvis, liked the idea so much she featured Anjali as the local “Entrepreneur of the Week” in her podcast series called No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis. You can hear Continue Reading →
If you have ideas that could become the basis for a company except you need investors to help you make it a reality, progressive politics still makes your life difficult, but the world just got a tiny bit brighter. It’s all about the crowd. Here’s a weird piece in Bloomberg-Business Week online titled “SEC Lifts Ban on Hedge Fund Advertizing. Hilarity Ensues” that tells a little about the news but laced with the ever-present progressive caution. The author, Sheelah Kolhatkar, seems to think very ill of freedom, and has an extremely low opinion of the public. A more balanced article on the emergence of Continue Reading →
The Purpose of Argent Place Law
Argent Place Law, PLLC serves businesses and business leaders in matters of business law, intellectual property law, and succession planning. Business law issues include contracts with customers, vendors, and partners as well as corporate law and corporate governance. Intellectual Property law issues include filings and strategic licensing for trademarks, patents and copyrights, and how to manage trade secrets. Succession planning incorporates business planning for an equity sale or asset sale as well as the integration of the business succession plan with personal estate planning through wills and trusts.