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Changes in Bankruptcy Laws
Do You Need A Tax Attorney
What Is An LLC?
The Law And Your Business
Do's and Don'ts of Employee Firing
Should You Register As Sole Proprietor?
Shredding Documents In Your Business
Registering Your Trademark
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Shredding Documents In Your Business
Identify theft is a multi-billion dollar industry that is used for the funding of organized crime. A report from Javelin Strategy in 2012 found identify theft rose 13 percent that year, affectin... More
Protect Your Intellectual Property
Let us consider you have decided to do what I currently did and contact your managing partner of a consulting firm or company and propose that the two things to agree to explore the possibility o... More
Protect Yourself from Identity Theft
Identity theft: It's the subject of articles everywhere you turn. That's because the problem has exploded in recent years, as new methods for collecting, storing, sharing - and s... More
Accidents on Premises and The Law
Have you ever met an accident and wondered how do you figured on it when you knew you have not been negligent?   If yes, read on.   Accidents ... More
BUSINESS LAW: DISPUTES AND LITIGATION CONSIDERATIONS
In this day and age it is totally normal in business for a occasional disputes to occur between customers, suppliers, competitors and employees. A good way to make disputes a lot less stressful is to ensure that you have a decent dispute procedure firmly in place before you begin trading. By having a dispute system ... More
5 Easy Steps to Obtaining a Trademark
There are many small business owners that want to register a trademark to ensure that no one else can profit on their name or logo. However, many small business owners do not know where to begin the trade... More
READ THIS BEFORE YOU ENTER INTO A LEASE AGREEMENT FOR YOUR STORE
Who Pays When Operating Expenses Increase? Expense escalations are relevant when the landlord is paying a base level of expenses and when the tenant is paying expenses. With a typical gross lease, the landlord pays all expenses and the tenant pays expenses in excess of a base level. (Gross leases are atypical for ... More