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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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Read Before Copying Contracts from The Internet!
Copying contracts from the Internet is a bit like wearing your old cousin’s hand-me-down dresses . . . in order to walk into a bee’s nest (an incongruous image, I know):  y... More
The Law And Your Business
There are several fields of law each handling a particular aspect of the law. For instance, there is the criminal law on one hand addressing complaints that are criminal in nature and the civil law on the... 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 that nobody else thought of it first. You’ve invested vast sums of money in market... More
Do You Need A Tax Attorney
Taxes are not voluntary. The law of the land stipulates that each entity irrespective of whether a business or individual is needed by law to file tax returns. The businesses in particular must pay up t... More
Have You Been Asked for A Performance Bond?
Performance bond, the most required surety bonds among the customers or applicants. Performance bonds are issued in almost every surety bonding company or by the insurance company. Performa... 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
BUSINESS LAWSUITS...TO SUE OR NOT TO SUE?
It is not always easy to make a decision when it comes to filing a lawsuit against a debtor. Before one can choose whether or not to sue, they should know whether the debtor has sufficient assets to secure payment or if the debtor has existing liabilities, judgments, and liens. The simplest and most comprehensive way to achieve this is by con... More