Category: Business Transactions

Your Original Work – Who Really Owns It?

Outsourcing has become an effective and efficient way to operate multiple aspects of a business.  Many business owners see merit in using skilled experts who can complete clearly-defined projects for their company without having the permanence of an employment relationship.  When this outsourced work consists of original work, including writings, translations, music, and certain types [..]

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How Protected is your Business? Make Sure your Bases are Covered with a Legal Strategy Session

The only thing constant in business is change.  Whether it’s your business operations or matters relating to your workers, changes in your supply chain or in your customer base, federal regulatory updates or new case law in your state…changes bring both concerns and opportunities. As a business owner, it’s your responsibility to anticipate, recognize, and [..]

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LLC Operating Agreements: What’s the Big Deal?

The Limited Liability Company, or LLC, is a business entity structure known (and loved) for the flexibility it offers to its Members in deciding how to manage their company. For a Corporation, many statutes exist regarding the people involved (Officers, Directors and Shareholders), bylaws, voting and meeting requirements, fiduciary duties, and many other aspects of [..]

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