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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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5 Easy Steps To Trademark Registration
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 owne... More
Labor Laws You Need To Know
Whenever you are looking to start a business (doesn't matter if it is an online or offline ... More
All About LLCs
Generally, what does LLC stand for? LLC is an acronym generally connected with organizations and corporate organizations. It truly is an acronym which stands for "Limited Legal responsibility Company". That might be f... More
PROTECTING YOUR CORPORATE NAME FROM INFRINGEMENT
Imagine this: you want to sell widgets, and you’ve chosen the perfect name for your brand new widget business. You’ve made the name original and yet homey, easy to say, hard to forget, and you’ve checked databases everywhere to make sure tha... More
IMPORTANCE OF NON DISCLOSURE AGREEMENTS IN BUSINESS
Although a nondisclosure agreement, or NDA, may be one of the most basic legal agreements, it’s among the most important. A carefully drafted NDA will prohibit the unauthorized use and sharing of confidential information, thereby protecting your trade secrets and that million dollar idea.   Nondisclosure agree... More
Franchise Agreements - Get The Upper Hand
Deciding to buy a Franchise is a huge decision. Once you have convinced yourself that franchising suits your character and business aspirations, have identified the right franchise,... 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