Ryan Perry Discusses Profits Interests and their Potential Business Benefits and Caveats in New Article

One of the first and most important tax-driven decisions a founder must make is the type of entity in which to house his or her venture. Though much ink has been spilled over the pros and cons of choosing a corporation versus a limited liability company, or LLC, one thing is certain: most folks understand …

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Highlights from MBBP Life Sciences Series Panel 2 – Laying the Foundation for Growth: Entity & Equity

On Wednesday June 22nd, the offices of Morse, Barnes-Brown & Pendleton were filled with a crowd of people for a life sciences panel discussion on “Laying the Foundation for Growth: Entity & Equity.”  Esteemed panelists included Marc Cote, COO of Accellient; Jeffrey Solomon, Managing Shareholder of Katz Nannis + Solomon; and MBBP’s own John Hession …

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MBBP’s Most Popular Articles of 2010

As we enter 2011, MBBP would like to share a look back on our 10 most popular articles of 2010: Stock Options and Restricted Stock New Treble Damages Requirement Makes Compliance with Wage/Hour Laws Even More Critical The Massachusetts Independent Contractor Law A Rose by Any Other Name: Pros and Cons of Pseudonyms Enforcing Noncompetition Agreements …

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