Horenstein Law Group Attorneys

Welcome to our New Blog!

We’re particularly excited about relaunching this blog as it coincides with our updated website. In our Blog, we’ll share with you information about what we love to talk about most:  Business, Real Estate, Land-Use, Government Relations and our… Read More
Income Tax WA residents may have to pay

Certain Washington Businesses and Professional Services Now Subject to Oregon Income Tax

Certain Southwest Washington businesses and professionals, who provide services to clients located in Oregon, may be subject to reporting and paying Oregon income tax. Previously, payment for some businesses and professional services provided at the… Read More
Categories: Business
Vancouver WA Waterfront Development

Growth and Prosperity in Clark County: Does the County’s Current Growth Plan keep pace?

The Columbia River Economic Development Council (“CREDC”) recently published an Employment Lands Study White Paper, summarizing the most sophisticated and detailed study to date addressing the challenges associated with ensuring a sufficient long… Read More
Categories: Land Use
Thief in Your Company by Tiffany Couch

A Book Review - The Thief in your Company by Tiffany Couch

Employee theft and financial fraud in businesses is not something that business owners readily talk about. It’s emotional and embarrassing. And, it happens a lot more than business owners expect it to. As business lawyers, we deal with the lega… Read More
Categories: Business
Professionals in a meeting

Why Every Business Needs A Buy-Sell Agreement

Every limited liability company or closely held corporation with multiple members or shareholders should have a Restrictive Stock Transfer Agreement (Buy-Sell Agreement). These agreements protect both the owners and the company, and provide for a smo… Read More
Categories: Business

Now It's ALTA-NSPA Land Title Surveys—ALTA-ACSM Are No More

What we previously referred to as an ALTA/ACSM Land Title Survey was, as of February 23, 2016, changed to an “ALTA/NSPS Land Survey”. In 2012, the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping (“ACSM”) merged into the National Society of Profess… Read More
Categories: Land Use, Real Estate
Chess Pieces vs. Legal Descriptions

Legal Descriptions Are Still King (or Queen—depending on your point of view)!

We recently encountered several situations involving the proposed sale of a residential property located in a subdivision where neither the parties nor their respective brokers had included a legal description of the property in the Real Estate Purc… Read More
Categories: Land Use, Real Estate
Vancouver Commercial Real Estate Attorneys

What type of liability insurance does your lease require?

  Previously we discussed whether your real estate lease includes the most current property insurance requirements. Now let’s talk about the type of liability insurance coverage your lease requires and, depending on the language in your lease, wh… Read More
Categories: Real Estate

Understanding Your Lease Requirements for Property Insurance

When was the last time you reviewed the property insurance section in your lease? Yes, it sounds incredibly boring. But, it may be necessary – READ ON. In commercial real estate leasing, landlord and tenants frequently rely on forms they have used… Read More
Hvac Repairs for Small Business

The Surprisingly High Cost of Future HVAC Repair/Replacement

If you have heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (“HVAC”) equipment that was manufactured and installed after 2009 in your property, you aren’t going to have to consider the consequences of refrigerants used in your system (or what is in… Read More
Categories: Real Estate


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