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Business Litigation: Ten Quick Tips to Keep You Out of The Courtroom

Getting involved in a lawsuit represents a serious expense for any business. While you can’t avoid the possibility of a lawsuit, here are ten things you can do to protect yourself. 1. Make sure your business is set up properly to limit your liability. If your business is a partnership, make sure the partnership is …

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Business Litigation: Four Factors to Consider Before Settling Your Lawsuit

A lawsuit is stressful in many ways, and it is often tempting to settle as soon as possible just to put an end to the stress. On the other end of the spectrum, sometimes there is so much emotional involvement in the lawsuit that you’re reluctant to settle at all. To ensure you’re making the …

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Starting a Business: Four Key Questions for Success

Are you launching a business? If so, congratulations! Running a business is a challenging but incredibly rewarding experience and we wish you all the best. In this blog entry, we are going to highlight four important questions that every prospective business owner should consider before taking the plunge and creating a business. 1. Are you …

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Selling Your Business? Here are Three Tips to Help You Boost Its Value

Selling your business can be very rewarding, and it should be the ultimate goal of any business owner. It is an opportunity to “cash out” on all of the hard work you put into creating and developing your business. Unfortunately, for many business owners, the process turns out to be a disappointment. Often times, this …

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Capital Contributions vs. Loans; Have You Documented Appropriately?

Often times, business associates feel as if they do not need to have everything in writing. This is particularly true if they have gone into business with friends or relatives. Unfortunately, it is impossible to predict which business arrangements are destined to break down. Businesses co-owned by friends or relatives are just as likely to …

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