About Marc

  • Marc J. Krasney is a business lawyer in Houston. He is originally from Trenton, New Jersey and got to Texas as fast as he could—when he was 6. After attending schools in The Woodlands, Marc went to St. Mary’s University in San Antonio majoring in both Theology and Political Science. Before graduating, he decided to become a lawyer. He moved back to Houston and attended South Texas College of Law graduating in 1999. 

    Email: Mkrasney@Phonoscope.com
    Website: www.HoustonVirtualLawyer.com

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February 20, 2008

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Joseph Young

Recording minutes and writing resolutions seems to be the thing that is most neglected by small business owners even though it is vital to fortifying your corporate veil. Small corporations (and LLCs), professional practices and investment vehicle companies need to keep good corporate minutes just like large companies. I have written extensively about this. The process can be streamlined, systematized, even automated. There's no reason for small incorporation owners to be intimidated by such corporate "formalities".

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