Entries by Ryan K. Hew

What’s With All this Paperwork, Part VIII: Loans with Security Interest

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hey everyone, pardon the delay for this week’s Draw the Law, but many of my clients have been requesting services preparing for the end of the year or getting ready for the coming year.  How about yourself? Do you have New Year resolutions concerning the conduct of your business? Better policies? New agreements? Finally, converting that […]

What’s with All this Paperwork V: Corporate Records

Reading Time: 4 minutes In last week’s post I covered some unique features of an operating agreement.  This week, continuing on our tour of paperwork that startups and small business owners should be familiar with, we go back to corporate paperwork.  Today, I will talk about three general documents that you will repeatedly see running a corporation.  They are […]

FAQ: Are Stock Certificates Necessary (under law)?

Reading Time: < 1 minute My Short Response: No. ^Shortest post on my blog. More to come later! — *Disclaimer:  This post discusses general legal issues, but does not constitute legal advice in any respect.  No reader should act or refrain from acting based on information contained herein without seeking the advice of counsel in the relevant jurisdiction.  Ryan K. […]

What’s with all this Paperwork? Part III Corporate Bylaws

Reading Time: 3 minutes Last week’s post was about the differences between the internal documents of bylaws and operating agreements, and what their purpose is as opposed to the Articles documents.  This week and next, I will take a closer look at the in-depth documents, bylaws and operating agreements, separately and mention a couple things that startups and small […]

What’s with all this Paperwork? Part II Bylaws and Operating Agreements, Keep it In the House!

Reading Time: 4 minutes Quick reminder before I dive into this week’s Draw the Law, I have a talk under Pacific New Media on Social Media and that Law.  Check out the info here. So last week I talked about Articles of Incorporation versus Articles of Organization.  Recall, that the former were for corporations, and the latter was for […]