Tag: business formation

Three Reasons Your New Startup Needs a Business Attorney (1)

Three Reasons Your New Startup Needs a Business Attorney

Every small business owner or the founder of a new startup should want a business attorney in their corner. Why is this the case? Here are three things that a small business attorney can do for you. Business formations – You know that there are tax advantages to forming a corporation rather than a sole […]

What Contracts and Agreements Are Vital for Your Small Business 1

What Contracts and Agreements Are Vital for Your Small Business?

Every small business owner needs to be familiar with contracts and agreements. These are useful tools for protecting your business from harm. A small business attorney can help with the drafting and reviewing of contracts. What are some of the agreements that may serve you well in your business endeavors? Leases – A lease is […]

The Best Business Contracts and Agreements Follow This Formula (1)

The Best Business Contracts and Agreements Follow This Formula

If you run a small business, you may try to stay away from contracts and agreements as much as possible. After all, unless your business is a law firm, you may feel like these documents are a hassle you don’t want to deal with. However, business contracts and agreements can protect your new startup or […]

What Will the Coronavirus Stimulus Package Do for Your Small Business?

What Will the Coronavirus Stimulus Package Do for Your Small Business?

As this article is being prepared, the Senate has already passed the coronavirus stimulus package, and members of the House of Representatives are traveling to the nation’s capital for a vote. If the package is passed as-is, how will your small business benefit? Here are a few highlights: Direct payments – Unless you or your […]

Without a Non-Compete, How Can You Protect Your Small Business?

Without a Non-Compete, How Can You Protect Your Small Business?

In many states, a non-compete agreement is a standard part of employee contracts. They keep your employees from learning about your business only to leave and start their own competing business in the same area. Unfortunately, some employers have abused this type of agreement. For example, some employers include non-compete agreements in a contract that […]

Is Incorporating Your Small Business Worth the Paperwork?

Is Incorporating Your Small Business Worth the Paperwork?

The short answer (for most businesses) is yes. Especially if you hire the right small business attorney and get the assistance you need at a reasonable price. However, you may want to know a few of the reasons for incorporating your small business before taking this step. Protect your personal assets from liability – Setting […]

Why You Should Have Business Contracts in California

Why You Should Have Business Contracts in California

In California, you can argue breach of contract in a court of law, even if you only had a verbal agreement with someone. So that does that mean business contracts are useless? Absolutely not! In fact, there are some situations where the courts will not hear your case unless there is a written contract. Here […]