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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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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
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
Protect Your Business from Winter Lawsuits
Depending on where you live, the winter months can be long, cold and snowy. Even in milder climates, a large snow or ice storm can have a big impact on your busines... More
Changes in Bankruptcy Laws
Today you will find in the USA that there have been some major changes made in respect to the country's bankruptcy law. Therefore for all Americans today it is i... 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
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
Safeguard Yourself and Your Business from Identity Theft
An identity thief doesn't just steal your credit card and personal information to start buying crazily in your name. He gets new cards, opens new loans, and leaves a long trail of unpaid bills in your name. He even uses you... More