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July 2015 Archives

Attorneys helping business owners resolve contract disputes

As a small business owner, contracts are likely at the heart of your success. There used to be a time when a handshake agreement was enough to seal a business agreement, and in some cases, that may still be true. However, a well-written contract means that you don't need to simply trust that the other party will hold up their end of the deal. Contracts are a strong legal tool that explicitly spell out expectations and provide enforcement mechanisms for non-compliance.

What you need to know when selling your business: Part I

You've invested blood, sweat, tears and considerable amounts of money in creating a business and making it successful. You've probably cared for your business from the very beginning, spending years or even decades fostering growth and profitability. Now what?

Protecting businesses by getting tough on patent trolling

No matter what kind of business you're in, chances are good that you've got some important intellectual property to protect. Some companies protect their IP by keeping it proprietary, while others file patents. Unfortunately, patents have become a double-edged sword in recent years, meaning that companies could unexpectedly find themselves on the defense side of a lawsuit.

How an attorney can make starting your business easier: Part II

In today's post, we are continuing a discussion we began last week. If you are starting or want to start your own small business, you may think you can't afford to work with a business law attorney. Or you may think you can take care of all the details on your own.