Starting a law firm is not for the faint of heart. Whether you just graduated from law school or have been working at a law firm, you can start and succeed.
Does your business have the policies, procedures, and personnel emplace to withstand the impact of IP theft and overall security breaches?
Rather than waiting until you’re established, you should get lawyers involved in the formation of your company from day one.
If you are considering starting your own small business in the U.S., here are seven key steps to help you plan, organize, and access the resources you need to make your dream of self-employment and business ownership a reality.
With the proper team, planning and strategic advice (business and legal) you can minimize risks and create an environment more conducive to success and expansion.
New founders often approach service providers, generally—and lawyers in particular—with a degree of caution.
Okay. No business owner enjoys doing paperwork. You start your…
Unlike those glorious crock pots that let you “set it and forget it” when you’re making dinner, drafting a contract for your business and then neglecting it is a surefire way to, well, start a fire.
People will always try to imitate good original work, but knowledge of how to use federal copyright protection and trade dress is a powerful tool.
If you are starting a business, one of the hardest early decisions you will make is when (and how) to structure your company.