Category Business Law
McCuaig Law Firm blog posts discussing the latest legal developments in business and transactional law.
Employee Stock Ownership Plans (“ESOPs”) are a means of attracting and retaining employees, growing your business, and providing for the future succession of your company. At its basic level, ESOPs use financial incentives that allow a company to grow while maintaining a control structure more typical of a family-owned business. According to a Rutgers study,
Getting the Initial Investment For Your Startup Startups usually require a quick initial investment to get off the ground and continue to grow. This investment typically takes the form of a convertible note (“c-note”) – a loan. But the note is not your typical debt instrument. It does not require repayment. Instead, the investment “converts”