Gordon Law

Business Organization

Advocate for small business
Business Organization

Advocate for small business

By Robert HorneSpecial to the Las Vegas Business Press When attorney Aviva Gordon says she’s committed to helping small- and medium-sized businesses in Southern Nevada, it’s not just a marketing slogan. Gordon, who opened her boutique law firm in 2015, gained an audience with Gov. Brian Sandoval to advocate for raising the threshold on the commerce tax […]

exit strategy
Business Organization

Zooming to disaster

Any amount of time listening to a radio, watching television or searching for business law websites will lead you to an advertisement for Legal Zoom. A cursory review of Legal Zoom’s website may be enough to tell you how it differs from a real lawyer who provides real legal advice. The disclaimer on the bottom

Business Organization

New Practice Areas Flying High

By Nicholas Gaffney New areas of law develop quickly these days, presenting unique legal and business challenges. What are some of the most pressing issues with these novel and constantly evolving facets of the law? In this month’s discussion, we hear from four trailblazers about two distinct and cutting-edge areas: marijuana and drone law.​ Marijuana Law Roundtable NG: When did you start

Corporation Liability
Business Organization

Can you get a shield to protect me from having my corporate veil pierced?

When you formed your business, you may have contemplated what type of business entity to choose.  You likely considered sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation or limited liability company (LLC).  Each entity has certain advantages and some disadvantages. Generally, to protect yourself from personal liability, the two best alternatives are either a corporation or a limited liability

lyft
Business Organization

The Uber Bumpy Ride to Catch a Lyft

At the tail end of the 2015 Legislative Session, Governor Brian Sandoval signed AB 175 into law. The legislation which permits Transportation Network Systems, like Uber and Lyft, that connect passengers with drivers through smartphone apps, came after substantial legal wrangling that preceded the legislative session and several false starts within the Legislature. In October

limited liability operating agreement
Business Organization, Contracts/Agreements

Does my Limited Liability Company really need an Operating Agreement?

In order to be a viable Nevada Limited Liability Company (LLC) you need only file Articles of Organization with the Nevada Secretary of State. However, if there is more than one owner of the LLC, running your business without an Operating Agreement (OA) is like lying naked by your pool for the whole month of July

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