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Business Strategy: Tips to NOT Get Sued

When you are a business owner or just run a business, one necessary evil that you must be aware of, and plan for, is the lawsuit. It may not be the most popular topic but if you find your business on the receiving end of a legal complaint you certainly want to get the advice of a business lawyer.

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Topics: Business Law

Tips on Closing Your Business

As an entrepreneur it may not always be about starting a business. There may be times when you’re doing the opposite and actually closing a business. Perhaps you’re closing to retire, selling your business, transferring ownership, or possibly even claiming bankruptcy.

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Topics: Business Law

Common Types of Business Organizations


Once you decide your business or service offerings, name, startup capital and costs, you will need to determine your business organization structure. The most important question to answer is, “what type of business organization is best for you? Each business organization has its own set of advantages and disadvantages.

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Topics: Business Law

Small Business Basics

Thomas Edison, the cofounder of the General Electric Company and the inventor of the light bulb, phonograph, and motion picture camera once said “the value of an idea lies in the using of it.” Understanding the basics of starting a small business helps get your business up, running, and growing. Your priorities as you begin this journey will be planning, making key financial decisions, and completing a series of legal activities.

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Topics: Business Law

What Happens During a Workers' Comp Deposition?


If you have hired a Workers’ Compensation Attorney to handle your on-the-job injury case, one of the first steps in the legal proceeding will be the Deposition. This critical process may seem scary, but it is really just a meeting where opposing counsel will have an opportunity to ask questions about your case.

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Topics: Personal Injury, Business Law

     

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