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"For restaurants, being able to negotiate a reasonable lease is often the first step to success..."
Small business owners need to be aware of new laws to eliminate sexual harassment in the workplace.
New "interpretive rule making" as to what constitutes "specialty occupation" has business owners and students perplexed.
Technically, a "mark," when used in connection with goods (such as shoes, clothing, or cars) is a "trademark.
Here's why small business owners need to take the necessary steps to file trademarks.
Deciding the legal form of an enterprise is one of the first questions to be addressed by entrepreneurs.
Here are six commercial lease line items to identify for and negotiate.
Five employee business guidelines when commenting on social media.
While attention has been paid to the bleak immigration landscape, there is a brighter spot.
Almost all contracts contain standard provisions which are frequently ignored by the parties and attorneys.
What small business owners need to know when considering arbitration as an option.
Employment contracts are some of the most common contracts that business owners encounter and some of the most misunderstood.
Distributorship agreements are comparable to Supply and Service Agreements but have some special features.
The Six common components of Supply and Service Contracts.
Legalese contract language can be off-putting but it serves to crystallize its contents.