- Bloomgren Hanson Legal is located in Hopkins, Minnesota but provides legal services to clients in the seven county metro area and is willing to travel to outstate Minnesota for its clients. The attorneys of Bloomgren Hanson Legal provide legal services to clients in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Hopkins, Excelsior, Chanhassen, Chaska, Minnetonka, Eden Prairie, St. Louis Park, Waconia, Watertown, Winsted, Buffalo, Shakopee, Belle Plaine, Bloomington, Anoka, and Mayer. We also represent clients in the courts of Hennepin County, Carver County, McLeod County, Wright County, Scott County, Anoka County and Meeker County and in Minnesota Federal District Court.
Category Archives: Small Business
If you have a corporate entity (e.g. limited liability company, corporation, S-corp, partnership), tax time is a great time to draft the necessary resolutions or minutes to “beef up” your personal liability protection. If the concept of personal liability protection … Continue reading
One of the recent searches that led to the Bloomgren Hanson website asked the question, “Can I purchase a business using a contract for deed?” The searcher didn’t find their answer here (until now). The simple answer to the question … Continue reading
The main idea behind these articles is to provide normal folks information about law that is applicable to them. Through an NPR article today, I learned of a blog that takes this concept to a whole new level and provides … Continue reading
I wrote a post a while back that focused on how to interview a prospective attorney. I admit, when I drafted the article I had individual clients in mind, not business clients. I recently came across this article from the … Continue reading
A recent California Court of Appeals case determined that an email sent by an attorney to his client’s work email address was not privileged like typical private communication between an attorney and a client would be. The decision states in … Continue reading
With all this talk about social networking, we sometimes forget (or fail to learn in the first place) the basics with respect to social media and online content management. Here is a link to a New York Times article from … Continue reading
In my previous post I discussed protecting your personal liability when you form a corporate entity (corporation or limited liability company). I mentioned corporate formalities. Below are more practical steps you should take to follow corporate formalities:
Failing to properly form your corporation or limited liability company creates unnecessary personal risk.
Quite often clients will come to me with an already formed entitiy. When I ask for corporate records, they can’t produce any because they’ve never been created or they are so out of date, they are basically non-existent. Operating without … Continue reading