Category: Legal Considerations for Business

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Tips for Improving Workplace Culture for Women

From Wall Street to Silicon Valley, many HR management and team leaders are making an effort to improve workplace culture for women. But as they strive to dispel the “old boys’ club” environments of the past, many are realizing the task is more involved than simply hiring more women

Legal Claims

3 Tips for Handling Claims Against Your Company Like a Boss

On the road to entrepreneurship and business success, you may hit a few speedbumps. Your customers may lodge a complaint against you with the Better Business Bureau or you could face a lawsuit from a faulty product or a slip and fall at your café or storefront.

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Starting a Franchise Business? Don’t Forget to Review These Documents

Starting a new franchise business has many benefits but usually requires a significant initial cash investment, so proper due diligence should be undertaken.

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Essential Legal Considerations for Business Owners

If you intend to start your own business, there are some crucial legal considerations that you must bear in mind. The failure to be conscientious when it comes to these essential legal considerations can result in you and your business facing unnecessary challenges.

Business Law

5 Laws Every Business Owner Needs to Master

All business owners understand there are specific laws that apply to operation. While some laws are specific to one particular industry or another, there are several other laws that apply generally to all establishments.

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Why You Should Be Seeking Safety First in the Workplace

Health and safety procedures are not only necessary for the well-being of both staff and employer, but observing and enforcing them is the law. Safety first in the workplace should be a primary concern for everyone on the premises.

Workers' Compensation Form

4 Things Every Business Owner Should Know About Workers’ Comp

Most states require businesses to have some form of worker’s compensation insurance. Usually, a worker’s compensation policy aims to ensure that your company doesn’t suffer legal damages in the event of an on-the-job accident.

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Steps to Protect Your Startup

Dealing with and understanding liability, insurance, privacy, and other legal issues all demand a keen eye, even if it’s not the most fun or exciting part of becoming an entrepreneur. Recognizing the amount of time, energy, and resources it takes to start a business will set you up for success.

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What Are You Liable For as a New Business Owner?

Most owners think about liability at one point or another, but it’s possible that with everything else that goes into starting and running a company, this detail has slipped through the cracks. Liability is going to be something important to learn about, no matter what type of business you own.