I hope this email finds you and your family in good health. It’s my hope that you are enjoying and taking advantage of a much more open spring time than we’ve had the last few years with at long last a significant decline in pandemic hospitalizations and deaths. It was great to see the running of the Boston Marathon and a full house for Red Sox opening day at Fenway Park. Nice to see concert and theatre venues beginning to again fill as my wife and I saw when we recently attended the “Temptations” at Boston’s Paramount Theatre. Meanwhile though the Red Sox are still sorting things out, the Bruins will be in the playoffs and perhaps best of all, the hottest team in basketball, our Boston Celtics, led by amazing rookie coach Ime Udoka and a stellar starting five, offer fresh hope that we might see the men in green at last raise NBA championship banner #18 in TD Garden. So, I do hope you too feel uplifted this spring as I reach out to offer my monthly update. This update includes a link to register for tomorrow night’s Boston Entrepreneurs Network (ENET) webinar on a Sales topic complimentary to an ENET meeting on Sales Models I organized a few years and include links to slides from four speakers for that meeting. This update also includes links to three articles of mine on executive topics, the first, published two weeks ago in CEOWorld, the other two published in recent years by Ivy Exec and CEOWorld, and finally a special offer that you may find valuable. I hope these items might be of some benefit. 😊
1. Building a Sales Team to Sell More: May 3, 2022 – TOMORROW NIGHT!
Do you need help making your first sales? Need advice to learn where to start or what to do to scales a successful sales team? Learn from the experts how to plan and implement the sales processes, a hiring strategy and sales technology to build and scale your sales team … at the ENET webinar tomorrow night – 5/3/22 at 7pm (the event also offers virtual networking post webinar 830-9pm), More Details Here
2. Negotiating Favorable Executive Equity Terms in an LLC
What terms do you negotiate for when, as a senior executive, you are offered equity in an LLC? What are the differences in rights and taxation of Profits Interests vs Capital Interests? How can LLC profits interests benefit you more than corporate equity in a case of significant equity appreciation? What are the hidden land mines in LLC Operating Agreements? How do you defuse them? Those topics and more, are discussed in my article published two weeks ago by CEOWorld magazine. More Details Here
3. Business Law Update
Robert Adelson, Boston attorney and principal at Adelson & Associates, LLC, represents small companies, executives, independent consultants, and family businesses. Learn how he can help you… More Details Here
4. CEOs, C-Suite and Senior Executives
Learn about Robert Adelson’s work with C-level executives and key employees to improve job offers, employment contracts, stock, RSUs, options, bonuses and retention, severance, and termination arrangements and more… More Details Here
5. How the Right Severance Triggers can protect against Changed Circumstances
Has a new employer cut your pay or reduced your duties due to COVID-19, loss of a key customer, loss of financing or other changed circumstances? My article, published by CEOWorld in May 2020, discusses how negotiating the right severance triggers in your job offer can protect you so you can move on and be made whole. More Details Here
6. Are You Getting the C-Suite Executive Salary You Deserve?
Do you have a job offer as CEO or C-level executive with a startup company? In a turnaround situation? Or a situation where you fill critical needs of the new employer? My article, published by the executive career website IvyExec in Jan. 2022, suggests the terms you should seek in negotiating salary, and beyond that, the custom executive compensation package you deserve, and how best to secure company acceptance for a custom compensation package. More Details Here
7. 5/2022 Offer: Good until May 31st
This 4-week value-packed offer, is as a way to get introduced to my law work: An Executive Compensation law diagnostic – this offer is good through 5/31/22. More Details Here
It’s always a pleasure to get back in touch with you and other clients, friends, and colleagues. I hope the links and information provided will be useful to you and that there will be an opportunity for me to work with you on legal matters in the near future.
Let’s keep in touch!
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Note on Adelson & Associates, LLC:
*As mentioned in bullet no. 2 of the January 2020 Business Law Newsletter, Robert A. Adelson is now the Principal of Adelson & Associates, LLC. For fifteen (15) years, from October 2004 through December 2019, Robert Adelson practiced law and referred legal work to associates of his, trusted and experienced colleagues, as a partner of Engel & Schultz, LLP. In December 2019, the lead partners of the firm announced they would go into semi-retirement, go their separate ways, and the office lease would expire in January 2020. In response, Robert Adelson formed Adelson & Associates, LLC in December 2019 and commenced the new firm’s operations on January 1, 2020, with the new firm taking over, on that date and going forward, all current Robert Adelson clients, matters and operations, as well as all referral of legal work to associates of Robert Adelson. The new firm’s offices, at 101 Federal Street, 19th Floor, are across the street from the prior offices at One Federal Street, 21st Floor, in Boston’s Financial District