Firing an employee can be a difficult and challenging experience for any business owner. There is a right way and a wrong way to tell someone that they no longer have a job.
As an employer, there are certain steps you should take to ensure that you legally terminate an employee to red
Businesses, in general, are rarely static. Some grow quickly in their first years of operation, while others, unfortunately, never gain momentum. As a business owner, you need to make sure you have a solid plan in place, with appropriate legal documents, in case your business takes an
What was your New Year’s resolution for your company or your career? If it was to finally move forward with new startup venture or expand your growing business, you need to consult with a business attorney sooner than later. Getting advice from a business attorney early in you
From time to time, every small business owner has to deal with a non-paying client. It’s often a minor inconvenience, but larger problems follow when multiple non-paying clients start impacting the cash flow of a business to the point that it can’t take on new work, or must sacrifice
When a business contract involves a large sum of money, or presents a significant risk to your company’s bottom line, it is imperative that you get a skilled contracts attorney to draft, review, and negotiate your business agreement. At our firm, we will review your agreement to ensur