Section Newsletter Articles on Business Law

Electronic business transactions By Ethel Spyratos Business and Securities Law, January 2001 As commerce evolves, businesses are confronting electronic transactions.
Early stage venture finance: sources of data for the “angel” round By William A. Price Business and Securities Law, June 2000 "Angel" finance deals, according to "The Process and Analysis Behind ACE-Net," a policy paper on the U.S. Small Business Administration Website, number about 650,000, and involve about ten private investors each, at about $65-66,000 per investor.
The lawyer and the business appraisal By Bruce L. Richman, James Kazmier, Matt Rychetsky, and Mary Warmus Family Law, May 2000 During law school did anyone ever tell you that when you became a lawyer you would need to know the calculation of "weighted average cost of capital" or the "premise of value" or "the build-up approach to cost of capital" or "what the standard of value is"?
Useful law summaries By Herbert J. Klein Business Advice and Financial Planning, September 1999 The Illinois Legislature enacted Public Act 90-737, the Illinois Governmental Ethics and Gift Ban Act.