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Category: Business Law


Despite lingering questions, blockchain’s promises are too good to ignore

Although a multitude of legal concerns and questions must be addressed—and ultimately resolved—before blockchain can give rise to a new virtual reality in real estate, the…

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Planning ahead: Business ‘pre-nup’ can ease stress, save money in event of business closure

Whether it’s the end of a marriage or a split between business partners, breaking up can be hard to do. But just like a prenuptial agreement before marriage lays out provisions…

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Changes in Control or Ownership Could Silently Sink Many Veteran-Owned Businesses

Background Did you know that if you are a qualifying small business you can be eligible for substantial economic benefits? The federal government and many state governments –…

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Startups and small businesses: Along with new opportunities, new year brings new laws, regulations

The New Year brings new opportunities to launch, grow, and strengthen your business, but also carries new challenges from new laws and regulations being implemented in 2019. I…

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Congress, FTC Provide New Support for Small Businesses Regarding IP and Cybersecurity

Two recent developments addressing intellectual property (IP) and cybersecurity could have a big impact on the nation’s 30.2 million small businesses. The Small Business…

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10 must-ask questions before starting a business in New York State

Starting and maintaining your own business is no small feat. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), between 2005 and 2017, 78.6 percent of newly established…

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Businesses obligated to protect consumer privacy and data protection in light of new regulations

It’s not business as usual anymore, at least when it comes to privacy and data protection. The way businesses worldwide collect, process and store the personal data of consumers…

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Tully Rinckey PLLC Hosts “Structuring Your Small Business” Workshop March 27

Tully Rinckey PLLC is hosting “Structuring Your Small Business,” a lunch and learn workshop, Tuesday, March 27, 2018 from noon to 1 p.m. at its Albany, NY office, located at…

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“Call-In” Pay Rules Likely to Change for Many Employers in New York State

The New York State Department of Labor (NYSDOL) has proposed new regulations regarding “call-in” pay.  The proposed regulations would cover employers in New York State,…

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“Gear Up for Success” Features Ken Williams

Tully Rinckey PLLC – New York State’s first Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Business-certified law firm – is hosting its next “Gear Up for Success” networking breakfast…

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