If you just signed a lease, you’re probably overpaying. If you are about to sign a lease, you probably will overpay.Read More
You’re moving your business or renewing your current lease. You want the best deal possible.Read More
Business is slow, uncertainty prevails and your lease is expiring.
The last thing that you want to do is commit to a new long-term lease or rent more space, even though you may soon need it.
How can you get sued by your employees? Easy. Use common sense, go with your gut, or — my personal favorite — do what other companies are doing.Read More
You have invested millions of dollars in your shopping center, hiring only the best architects, brokers and consultants to maximize the return on your investment. Is your next move to print out a standard lease form and apply it to each and every retailer, from Krispy Kreme to Kmart?Read More
Some company killers are obvious. Competition. Obsolescence. Too much debt. They’re sexy problems (“business sexy” not Sophia Vergara sexy).Read More
Myths about the law abound. They range from age-old lore, like “possession is nine-tenths of the law,” to mistakes about intellectual property rights.Read More
Whats the first rule of the franchise club? Follow the rules.Read More
Businesses – large and small – are producing insanely one-sided contracts.Read More
When Jack Garson attended the first meeting of state Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot’s business advisory council Monday in Annapolis, he was impressed with the turnout.Read More