Here’s the quick and bottom-line response to the subject matter spotlighted above in today’s blog headline from a principal employed by what is reportedly the biggest small business advocacy organization in the country: It’s good.
Driving revenue. Creating a solid blueprint for business success. Securing financing on attractive terms. Assembling a high-quality team.
We note on our website at the New York City business law firm of Rich Michaelson Magaliff, LLP, that effective representation in commercial law matters spans a wide universe of concerns. Those range from multi-faceted transactional issues and financing considerations to restructuring strategies and leasing considerations.
It certainly makes sense from an employer’s perspective. Business owners and managers in New York and elsewhere generally spend a lot of time and money to adequately train new workers. Unquestionably, that is an investment worth protecting, especially against raiding attempts from rivals seeking to score top-tier talent on the cheap.
There are a lot of challenges that come with starting and supporting a business. With so many moving pieces, there are any number of things that could go wrong and bring business to a halt.