Monthly Archives: March 2012

5 Legal Matters That Can Make or Break a Small Business

When you’re running a business, making mistakes is a fact of life. But making legal mistakes – especially when they are avoidable – can mean the difference between the success and failure of your company. For your reference, a look at five legal areas that could break your business: 1.Contracts… “What’s in the small print… Read more »

3 Videos Every Business Owner Should Watch

For your reference, here are three excellent video advisories by leading law firms, of interest to any business owner, entrepreneur, manager, or the like: On Data Privacy & Security Loeb & Loeb LLP attorneys Seth Rose and Jim Taylor provide insights into what companies can do to mitigate the risk of litigation in the areas… Read more »

Most Popular Small Business Posts – Feb 2012

For your (re)reading pleasure, a roundup of the top 10 most-read posts from last month, on social media in business, forming and structuring companies, labor and employment issues, financing a company, drafting contracts, reducing taxes, and … the federal ban on cell phone use by commercial drivers: 1.Social Media in Business: 8 Steps to Legal… Read more »

Business Structures: What’s Right for My Company?

Choosing the right business structure can be a daunting decision for an entrepreneur. To help sort through the options, here’s a quick overview of the most common forms of small businesses: Sole Proprietorship “With a sole proprietorship (also known as a ‘sole prop’), you are the business. You can operate under your own name or… Read more »