David Lawrence Ganje’s Guides

David Lawrence Ganje

Albany Commercial Real Estate Attorney.

Contributor Level 8
  1. IT and Security Best Practices

    Written by attorney David Ganje, over 3 years ago.

    Does your company have a computer usage policy in place, and if so, is it adequate to protect the company? As technology advances and business innovations are moving into a universal electronic age, business security policies and practices must evolve accordingly. With virtually ...

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  2. Employer Access to Employee Text and Social Media Communications

    Written by attorney David Ganje, almost 4 years ago.

    Employer access to employee text message and social networking communications is both a new and controversial issue challenging todays Courts. What most dont realize is that the in City of Ontario v. Quon the United States Supreme Court seemingly paved the way for employers (at l...

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  3. Commercial Lease checklist

    Written by attorney David Ganje, almost 4 years ago.

    Rent An annual minimum monthly or annual rent amount should be included. For many businesses the amount of rent will be a formula based on a percentage of sales or traffic. This term should also in

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  4. Limited Liability Operating Agreement Creation Guide

    Written by attorney David Ganje, almost 4 years ago.

    Operating Agreements are unique in that, with very few restrictions from the outside world, the members of a business can determine exactly how their business should be run. This provides management with liberal powers to frame operations going forward, but also has the potentia...

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  5. The Taxman Never Sleeps - He Just Stays On His Computer

    Written by attorney David Ganje, about 4 years ago.

    A large part of the 21st century business world is the information-based service economy. Business communications and business transactions move at Mach speed in our computer-based service economy. Unfortunately, the taxman is not traveling far behind. Computer software is but t...

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