- Martin LLP 2018 Highlights At a Glance – Newsletter
- August 2018 Newsletter – Mergers & Refinancing Push U.S. Syndicated Lending to All-Time Highs! – Newsletter
- June 2018 Newsletter – Private Equity Firms Pivoting their Strategy to Bolt-On Acquisitions – Newsletter
- April 2018 Newsletter – Financing: Leveraged Lending, Security Interest, LIBOR, & Debt Financing – Newsletter
- November 2017 Newsletter – Financing – Credit Cycles, Leveraged Lending, Asset Backed Loans and More – Newsletter
- November 2016 Newsletter – Establishing an Exit Strategy; Client Alert – Impending Loss of Discounts for Family Gifting – Newsletter
- September 2016 Newsletter – The Strengths and Shortcomings of Non-Competition Agreements; Subway Acquires Assets from Avanti Commerce, Inc – Newsletter
- June 2016 Newsletter – Copyright Case Over Super Bowl Ad, Identifying and Overcoming Barriers to Growth, and More – Newsletter
- March 2016 Newsletter – Insuring Reps & Warranties Risks, Planning for Strategic Acquisition and much more – Newsletter
- July 2015 Newsletter – 90 million secured credit facility closes, Story Tellers vs StoryDoers – Newsletter
Q1 at Martin LLP – The Results Are In! – Newsletter
May 2014 Newsletter – Martin LLP reports its results for Q1 of 2014 – 15 Venture Financing Deals Closed for Investors and Companies, Aggregating Over $280M…
- Pepsi Can’t Dodge Copyright Claims Over Super Bowl Ad – Publications
A federal judge refused to dismiss a copyright lawsuit over Pepsi’s time-traveling 2016 Super Bowl ad, allowing an advertising firm’s case to proceed to discovery. The advertising firm is represented by Mark S. Gregory with Martin LLP.
- Bench Trial Clears Attorney of Mishandling Estate Eviction – Publications
On June 14, 2017, Judge Donna Heller of the Connecticut Superior Court issued a Memorandum of Decision dismissing all claims against a Fairfield attorney accused of breach of fiduciary duty while he served as executor of an estate. Mark Gregory of Martin LLP defended Thomas Drew at the four-day trial in Stamford.
- When Founders Recruit Friends and Family as Investors – Publications
In his book, The Founder’s Dilemmas: Anticipating and Avoiding the Pitfalls That Can Sink a Startup, Harvard Business School Associate Professor Noam Wasserman tells readers how to anticipate, avoid, and, if necessary, recover from the landmines that can destroy a nascent company before it has the chance to thrive.
- Representation and Warranty Insurance – Publications
A summary of rep. and warranty insurance including: target markets, policy coverage, exclusions, capacity, pricing, and much more!
- Succession Planning for Business Owners: Are ESOPs the Secret Weapon? – Publications
Bloomberg Law Reports: Labor & Employment
- How to Get Acquired – Without Losing Control of Your Vision – Publications
The founders of the Google App “Manymoon” provide valuable lessons to consider when selling a business to a larger company.
- Keeping the Lines of Communication Open – Publications
Patrick Hull, a serial entrepreneur and angel investor, explains in this article from The New York Times – DealBook why consistent communications and strong relationships with investors will make it easier for companies to raise capital and leverage resources for their growth.
- Breaking Through Barriers to Growth – Publications
Starting a successful business is often considered the hardest thing entrepreneurs do-but growing an existing venture may be even more difficult. Many companies get stuck on a plateau that inhibits their ability to grow. In his article, Breaking Through a Growth Stall, Harvard Business School Faculty Member Frank V. Cespedes discusses the process to allow businesses to break through barriers to growth.