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Weinberger Law Newsletter – July 2020 Life Must Go On  COVID-19 is still with us, unfortunately, but life must go on. This is true for legal matters as well. There are still disputes, lawsuits, contracts, court proceedings, and many other legal issues that need handling – many of them in an expeditious manner. At Weinberger Law, we understand, and we have come up with creative ways of providing our clients with the help they need…
Operating Agreements and Shareholder Agreements An operating agreement is a document that describes the rights and obligations of each member of a Limited Liability Company (LLC), defines who is authorized to take what actions, and identifies the managers of the company – the person, or persons, responsible for conducting the day-to-day affairs of the LLC. An operating agreement should contain terms that limit the authority of the manager to take certain actions, and require unanimous…
  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 14, 2020     Weinberger Law Moves to New Office    Scottsdale, Arizona – July 14, 2020 – Weinberger Law, a Scottdale based business-focused law practice announced it moved its offices to a new location at Suite 200 on 17767 N Scottsdale Rd in Scottsdale, Arizona, to accommodate the growth of the practice. “As we grew over the last several years, our previous office was not adequate for the amount…
Weinberger Law Newsletter – June 2020 Incredibly Exciting Times These are incredibly exciting times for our firm! We have a beautiful new office in North Scottsdale, a new logo and branding, and now the first of what will be many monthly newsletters to come. Our commitment is to provide you with fresh, pertinent information about current legal issues and our development as a firm. If there are subjects you would like to read about in…
A non-competition agreement, most commonly referred to as a “non-compete,” is a contract under which a party agrees not to engage in a certain line of business for a specified period of time in a specific geographic region. Non-compete agreements are typically used in two contexts: in the employment setting and when a business is being sold. Employment If utilized by an employer, the employee (or independent contractor) agrees that he or she will not…