Category Archives: Business
Collecting a Judgment in Utah
You won your case and received a civil judgment . . . congratulations! However, your work is not yet complete. Although you won a judgment, the Courts do not collect the judgment for you, that’s your job. Collecting a civil … Continue reading
Member-Managed or Manager-Managed
One of the decisions that must be made when a LLC is formed is whether the LLC should be member‑managed or manager-managed. Continue reading
I Agreed to WHAT?
The Duty of Good Faith and Fair Dealing Most people understand that when they sign a contract, they are bound by the agreements and obligations written in the contract. However, what most people don’t realize is that, in Utah, “all … Continue reading
Small Business . . . Not Small Potatoes
Many people dream of owning their own business . . . and it’s a good thing. According to to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics small businesses (defined as those with 1-49 employees) typically accounts for just as much U.S. … Continue reading
What’s in a Name?
Name recognition is a value thing. Just ask Google or Apple. Although your business may not be quite the size of these behemoths, you still could benefit from protecting your business name, logo, or tag lines by registering them as a … Continue reading
Don’t be Disregarded
Limited liability companies (“LLC’s”) have become a popular business entity, providing liability protection to its members, nearly identical to that of a corporation, while at the same time providing more flexibility and less formality than typically exists in the corporate form. … Continue reading