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Launching a new business can be both fun and exciting, but be sure to consider these legal issues that are often overlooked.
- Article By Fred Cohen
- – September 20, 2016
Most small businesses in the U.S. will bring in less than $50,000 in receipts every year. Avoid legal complications with a form contract.
- Article By AJ Agrawal
- – March 2, 2016
Start a great career with legal assistant courses
Legal assistant education and training and help you prepare for a solid and rewarding career. After attending a legal assistant ...
- Article By Shannon Tani
- – February 12, 2011
We review the legality of fake Amazon e-book reviews and ancillary practices. How to spot one and what not to do.
- Article By Dan Warner
- – February 8, 2016
Legal publications range from books to journals to articles. Know the best places to go to find them.
Legal publications are the way the law gets disseminated both to lawyers and the mass public. Law books, legal articles and journals of ...
- Article By James Cahoy
- – February 26, 2011
Don't settle when choosing legal areas of practice for you and your firm
Choose wisely when deciding on the types of legal practice your firm will focus on. Not all attorneys in your firm need to be experts ...
- Article By Betsy D. Vanderslice
- – September 16, 2010
Prepare for a legal consultancy career with training in both law and consulting
Lawyer consultants provide legal advice to businesses on everything from contracts to employment issues to dealing with overseas ...
- Article By Lea Terry
- – January 13, 2011
Lawyers are vital, but expensive. Self-help options abound for everyday legal matters.
Legal issues often present a dilemma for cost-conscious small businesses, and especially startups. You want the best information and ...
- Article By Daniel Kehrer
- – October 9, 2010
Learn how to become an in-house legal counsel
In-house legal counsel education and training will enable an individual to become an integral part of a business. Corporations hire ...
- Article By Sandy Baker
- – December 18, 2010
If two people are doing the same job, what makes one a contractor and the other an employee? These new legal rulings make the final call.
- Article By Business.com Editorial Staff
- – December 19, 2014