Intellectual property—and trademarks—can become a vital and lucrative part of your business. But only if they have value.
Author: Nina Kaufman
In the interest of saving on legal fees, you may have downloaded a freebie business contract from the Internet. But often it is what you don’t know that can hurt you.
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The government is strapped for cash. One of the ways they are seeking to fill the coffers is by cracking down more heavily on small businesses regarding their use of independent contractors (ICs).
You may not want to take as extreme an approach as former GE executive Jack Welch — annually discharging the bottom 10 percent of the workforce — but small-business managers cannot put off confronting an underperforming employee.
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Here’s a look at four areas omitted from one-page business agreements and why they may be significant to your small business.
Here are 5 ways to protect your company and prevent employees from entering into competition with your business.
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Four things every entrepreneur should consider before collaborating on new projects or business partnerships.