New York Practice Guide: Business and Commercial
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This illustrative, how-to guide takes you step-by-step through most New York business and commercial transactions from the vantage point of attorneys on both sides of the transactions. You'll get in-depth analysis of long-standing and recent business concerns, and the guidance of experts for representing and advising clients on issues such as:
• Choosing and establishing the form of business organization, including: limited liability companies, sole proprietorships, partnerships and corporations
• Shareholder disputes
• Financing the business
• Preparation and enforcement of guaranties, including rights of the guarantor and litigation issues
• Business torts
• Letters of credit
• UCC Article 2 and the sale of goods
• Personal property leasing under UCC Article 2A
• Secured transactions
• International trade
• Commercial arbitration, including drafting, serving and filing the arbitration demand and pre-hearing procedures
• Workers' compensation and the obligations and rights of both the employee and employer
• Employment discrimination
• Liquor licensing
• Bankruptcy proceedings, including case administration and representing the Chapter 13 debtor or creditor
Each chapter features the following:
• Legal Background
• Practice Guide
• Reference Guide
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Table of contents
I CHOOSING THE BUSINESS ENTITY
Chapter 1 Choosing the Business Organization
Chapter 2 Tax Considerations in Choosing the Business Organization
Chapter 3 Limited Liability Companies, Professional Service Limited Liability Companies and Limited Liability Partnerships
Chapter 4 Sole Proprietorships
Chapter 5 Partnerships
Chapter 6 Corporations
Chapter 7 Shareholders' Disputes: Oppression, Buy-outs, Deadlock and Appraisal
Chapter 8 Not-for-Profit Corporations
II CONDUCTING THE BUSINESS
Chapter 9 Securities Offerings
Chapter 10 Franchising
Chapter 11 Financing the Business
Chapter 12 Guaranties of Financial Obligations: Preparation and Enforcement
Chapter 13 Contracting With the State and Local Governments
Chapter 14 Purchase and Sale of a Business
Chapter 15 Business Torts
III EFFECT OF THE U.C.C. ON NEW YORK BUSINESSES
Chapter 16 Letters of Credit
Chapter 16A [Reserved]
Chapter 17 Sales of Goods Under the Uniform Commercial Code
Chapter 18 Bulk Transfers Under The Uniform Commercial Code
Chapter 19 Personal Property Leasing: Article 2A of the Uniform Commercial Code
Chapter 20 Secured Transactions
Chapter 21 [Reserved]
IV OTHER TOPICS AFFECTING BUSINESS
Chapter 22 International Trade
Chapter 23 [Reserved]
Chapter 24 Commercial Arbitration
Chapter 25 The Employment Relationship
Chapter 25A Workers' Compensation
Chapter 26 Employment Discrimination
Chapters 27-29 [Reserved]
Chapter 30 Liquor Licensing
Chapter 31 [Reserved]
Chapter 32 Bankruptcy