Selling Your Business? Does Net Working Capital Matter?

By Ted Scholhamer | If you’re selling your business and it’s a decent size deal, a buyer (“buyer”) usually requires you to leave a sufficient amount […]

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“Best Law Firms” by U.S. News & World Report

Duffy & Sweeney again was included in the “Best Law Firms” list by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers, recognized for professional excellence with […]

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Eight D&S Attorneys Recognized by Super Lawyers for 2013; Nakasian Included in Top-50 Females

Congratulations to our attorneys listed in Super Lawyers for 2013: Bob Duffy (intellectual property litigation), Mike Sweeney (business/corporate), Patrick Guida (banking) and Stacey Nakasian (business litigation.) […]

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Crowdfunding: A Capital Idea for Your Start-Up?

By Bob Emerson, Esq. | Small businesses may be able to solicit non-accredited investors over the internet and raise up to a million dollars per year under proposed “equity crowdfunding” rules released by the SEC last week.

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Congratulations to Five D&S Partners Recognized as 2014 Best Lawyers

The following attorneys were named Best Lawyers for 2014 in their respective practice areas: Bob Duffy (Commercial Litigation, Litigation-M&A, Litigation-Securities); Mike Sweeney (Corporate Law, M&A); Roger […]

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State Tax Credits For Film Production Companies: Show Me The Money!

By Christopher Matteodo | Many states have become caught up in trying to lure Hollywood into using their state as the filming location for the next big-budget blockbuster. In the current challenging economic climate, the local production of large movies, television shows, and video games can help to stimulate the local economy by creating jobs, building infrastructure, and generating revenue for local businesses.

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