Tag: intellectual property

How to Protect Your Small Business with Employee Contracts

How to Protect Your Small Business with Employee Contracts

If you operate a small business, you may still need a few employees so that you are not working 100% of the time. How can an employment contract protect your business? Here are a few ways: Protect you from a lawsuit – Outlining the terms of work, payment, and termination will help to protect you […]

How to Avoid a Lawsuit with the Help of a Business Attorney

How to Avoid a Lawsuit with the Help of a Business Attorney

A big concern for many small business owners is the threat of a lawsuit. Whether it is over an employee issue, a lease agreement, or a trademark, you want to be sure that you are protected. How can a small business attorney help you to avoid an expensive suit? Here are a few crucial ways: […]

Why Small Business Owners in Southern California Need a Business Attorney

Why Small Business Owners in Southern California Need a Business Attorney

If you are a small business owner in southern California, it is a good idea to have a business attorney that you can call. Here are a few times you will want to consult with your attorney to help your business run smoothly. When signing contracts or agreements – Before you sign a lease, a […]

Considerations When Purchasing a Small Business in California

Considerations When Purchasing a Small Business in California

So you want to be a small business owner but you don’t want to start from scratch? Buying an existing business can be a good option. However, there are a few considerations when you purchase an existing business in California. Here are some things to watch out for. Seller’s permit – The seller’s permit doesn’t […]

Protecting Your Intellectual Property When an Employee Moves On

According to a study performed by the Symantec Corporation, employees don’t seem concerned about stealing from one employer and bringing that competitive advantage to the next. In fact, half of the employees surveyed who lost their jobs in the past year admitted to keeping confidential information on the company they left, and 40% of those […]