Business Law

How to deal with business disputes

Disputes are quite common in business. Disagreements can occur between partners, between an employer and employee, between the company and a vendor or between the company and a customer. When disputes do occur, there are various ways to resolve them. There are also...

How can you decrease your cyber threat?

Cyber-attacks are a real threat to your business. As many as 88% of companies fear becoming vulnerable to an attack. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, in 2020, cyber-attacks will cost businesses $2.7 billion. Fortunately, there are ways small...

What does an LLC designation do for you?

Starting a business may afford you the chance to run things your way, but before launch, you have to develop a solid plan for legal incorporation. A popular classification for new business ventures is the limited liability company or LLC. While the IRS sets out...

Avoiding worker misclassification in your business

Worker misclassification is an easy mistake to make if you are running a small and close-knit business. Even if you do not intend to take advantage of your team members, you may be overlooking some of their rights. Worker misclassification is when an employer...

Is a trust beneficial to your family?

Even though it is not pleasant to consider your death, creating an estate plan can help your family through a difficult time. A prominent issue after a loved one's death is access to money during probate. Since the court process may take a few months, your money and...

Structuring as an LLC

When starting up a new business, many owners focus on the creation of their products or services. Another important step, however, they must also decide to structure as a sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability company, corporation or another formation...