Monthly Archives: January 2011

Women-Owned Business and the SBA: What Does it Mean?

Here’s an explanation of the Small Business Administration’s October 2010 rule defining treatment of women-owned businesses that qualify for federal contracts: How Will SBA’s Final Rule on Women-Owned Businesses Impact You? by Thompson Coburn. Highlights: – On Thursday, October 7, 2010, the Small Business Administration (SBA) published a long-awaited final rule laying out the framework… Read more »

Small Business Jobs Act: What’s Important to You?

Here’s what JD Supra lawyers and law firms have written to help you make sense of the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010. The commentary and analysis covers new tax breaks for small businesses, changes in Small Business Administration loans, new business credit calculations, rules for employer-provided cell phones, and more: – Congress Enacts 2010… Read more »

Piercing the Corporate Veil: How to Avoid Personal Liability in Business

Here’s a look at what JD Supra lawyers are writing about how to avoid personal liability in the way you run your business. These overview articles introduce some of the best practices to avoid personal liability in business – and touch upon topics such “piercing the corporate veil” among others: – Protect Your Business Structure… Read more »