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Protect Your Business from the Pitfalls of Employee Misclassification

Business owners face many challenges today and as a result, are always looking for ways to cut down and control as many costs as possible. However, when it comes to making decisions concerning employees, it can be tempting to make risky choices about how you should classify your workers. Whether in regard to a new…

The Benefits of Hiring a Corporate Law Attorney

Too often, businesses equate a corporate law attorney to that of an auto mechanic or firefighter, as in they only call them when there is a problem. What many entrepreneurs fail to understand is just how beneficial a business attorney can be to the longevity and success of their endeavor. Legal assistance and advocacy are…

The Advantages of Alternative Dispute Resolution

Time-effective and cost-efficient, alternative dispute resolution gives the parties involved more flexibility and control over the process and outcome of business-related disputes; i.e. partnership, employment, or contract disputes. Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is essentially any method of resolving disputes outside of the courtroom without litigation and is the preeminent approach to dispute resolution. Historically, parties…

On Partnership Disputes & How to Avoid Them

Beginning a business partnership can be an exciting time whether you are a veteran tycoon or an amateur entrepreneur. A partnership is a popular way to structure and finance a new business and brings about new challenges, shared visions, and reason to celebrate the smallest of victories. No matter how successful your business is or…

GDPR – How Data Protection Has Changed

Touted as one of the most important changes regarding data privacy protections in the last 20 years, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect on May 25th, 2018 for the entirety of all 28 member states of the European Union (EU). The goal of the GDPR is protection for all EU citizens from…

Raising Money for your Startup: An Overview of Reg D Exemptions

Any startup, be it a small family business or an endeavor into Silicon Valley, needs funding. They also have an understandable desire to raise their needed capital with as few legal hurdles as possible. The problem is that startup fundraising is a particularly regulated process that requires companies to be in compliance with the Securities…

The Legal Steps Necessary to Franchise Your Business

If you’re like many business owners, you have likely imagined your company becoming a household name. One way to do this would be to franchise your business model, allowing third parties to operate and expand your established business into new markets while utilizing their own capital and supervisory efforts. To reach that level of success…

Establishing Your Business in the U.S?.

…and you don’t need to be a U.S. Citizen? Yes, there’s a lot to know when weighing the pros and cons of establishing your international business in the U.S. Foremost, know this – you do not need to be a U.S. resident to form a business in the United States. With that major issue out…

How To Protect Your Intellectual Property ?

?Protect your ideas.? Protect your investment.?   Intellectual Property (IP) – a work or invention that is the result of creativity, such as a manuscript or a design, to which one has rights and for which one may apply for a patent, copyright, trademark, etc. While IP has been a concern for many years now,…

What are Initial Coin Offerings??

How to Raise Seed Capital as a Crypto Start-up?   An Initial Coin Offering (ICO) is the means by which cryptocurrency start-ups raise their seed capital. The process is unregulated and avoids both the scrutiny and accountability demanded by banks and venture capitalists. Backers purchase the new cryptocurrency for cash or Bitcoin at an introductory…

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