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4 Consequences of Picking the Wrong Business Entity

What could go wrong? Wrong Business Entity, One of the first important decisions you will make when forming a new business is which business entity is right for you. With so many choices, it can be a challenge to understand which form of entity is right for you. In their enthusiasm for the new business, some business owners may rush to decision without spending the time researching their options. Making the Read More

Inc. Magazine – Is it just a Slump?

Slump Personal Finance Writer Helaine Olen, writing for Inc. Magazine asked, "Is It Just a Slump, or Should You Call It Quits? Here's How to Tell; Sometimes grit wins out--but sometimes you have to know when to walk away" in an article published in the Winter 2018/19 edition of the publication. "Alexis Tryon co-founded Artsicle in NYC in 2010 to sell original art online to the masses--people wanting to decorate Read More

How to Dissolve a Partnership in Florida

How to Dissolve a Partnership in Florida? Deciding to dissolve a Partnership in Florida may be a disappointing decision. Before you take any steps toward dissolution, you must decide if one partner wants to take over the business after the other partner leaves or if the business should be completely dissolved. Even if your business is completely dissolved, there is still the opportunity for either business partner to Read More

5 Myths About Business General Counsel

Business General Counsel, when starting a business, finding a great business lawyer may not be on the top of your to-do list. Perhaps you have heard, maybe even believed, some common myths when it comes to retaining ongoing legal service for your company. Here are the top five myths about business general counsel. “Having a lawyer” will make me look untrustworthy to others. There is no stigma associated with Read More

What You Need to Know: Threats Your Technology Poses to Confidentiality and Attorney-Client Privilege

Jane Muir co-presented a webinar for the American Bar Association, entitled What You Need to Know: Threats Your Technology Poses to Confidentiality and Attorney-Client Privilege, which is authorized for ethics continuing legal education credits. Summary: Technology poses an ever-increasing threat to the attorney-client privilege as well as confidentiality. Emails and social media profiles are usually the Read More