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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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LLC or Inc. - Setting Up Your Business
As a business attorney, I have helped countless clients form companies over the years. However, as the times are changing, many people have be... 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
Protect Your Million Dollar Idea!
The lightbulb moment has happened, you've done your research, and decided that, yes, your idea for an invention is definitely a good one. Now what? Before you sign up... 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
Should You Register As Sole Proprietor?
Do you know what sole proprietorship is?A sole proprietorship is a business which has only one owner. It is a "sole" proprietor in the... More
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
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