Hartford Business Lawyer Explains How to Form a Corporation in Connecticut

Hartford Business Lawyer Explains How to Form a Corporation in Connecticut As an experienced Hartford Business Lawyer, I am often asked how a corporation is formed in Connecticut.  You first must file a Certificate of Incorporation with the Secretary of State. You will be required to have a meeting with the initial shareholders of the…

Download Our Connecticut Debtor Rights App

Download Our Connecticut Debtor Rights App Have you had a chance to download Connecticut Debt Attorney Eric Foster’s Free app? Connecticut Debt Attorney Eric Foster has a new mobile app to provide you with quick and helpful resources, with easy access to tools that can help you connect to him at the touch of a button.  With his new app you can…

Download Our Connecticut Business Law App

Download Our Connecticut Business Law App Have you had a chance to download Connecticut Business Attorney Eric Foster’s app? Connecticut Business Attorney Eric Foster has created a new mobile app to provide you with quick and helpful resources, with easy access to tools that can help you connect to him at the touch of a button.  With this new apps you can watch all…

Hartford Business Lawyer Discusses a Buy-Sell Agreement

Hartford Business Lawyer Discusses a Buy-Sell Agreement Clients sometimes come to me as a Hartford Business Lawyer with a buy-sell agreement asking me what is this agreement and should I sign it? Buy-sell agreements are a very useful governance and succession planning tool for any business owner. Basically a buy-sell agreement is an agreement that addresses…

Hartford Business Law Attorney Discusses Preventing a Former Partner from Starting a Competing Business

Hartford Business Law Attorney Discusses Preventing a Former Partner from Starting a Competing Business Many times as an experienced Hartford Business Law Attorney, I am asked, “Can I prevent my fellow partner in a partnership or LLC from leaving the business and setting up a competing business”? The answer is yes, but you need to…