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Eight Things to Consider Before Selling Your Franchise Interest

Selling Your Franchise Interest

Selling a franchise is not the same as selling an independent business.  When you sell a franchise interest, you are just changing the ownership interest (for example, one Dunkin Donuts store out of the franchise of stores). The new owner and the franchisee must agree on a sale number. The prospective owner must also prove […]

Why Do Business Owners Hire Business Law Attorneys?

Business Law Attorneys

Business owners hire business law attorneys to prevent problems and protect their business. It is a function of smart business planning, just like marketing, sales and staffing. The sooner a business owner can hire a business law attorney, the more potential trouble can be avoided. Once a business owner hires a business law attorney, specific subjects […]

My First Business Law Attorney

business law attorney

The best entrepreneurs understand that hiring an attorney is part of business. It saves money and prevents a host of problems. Others wait until they encounter a serious business matter or legal fiasco. Whether you are already running a small business, or have just started one, you should consider hiring your first business law attorney. […]

Is Your Company’s Website Accessible to People with Disabilities?

Website Accessibility

Thanks to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, businesses across America have been required to install wheelchair ramps or similar features that guarantee accessibility for people with disabilities. In 2017, it seems that businesses may have to re-evaluate how accessible they truly are. Twenty-five years ago, the internet was not even in our homes […]

Establish Your Business with an Operating Agreement

Establish Your Business with an Operating Agreement

You have finally decided to start your own business. Now, it is time to choose a business structure. Many small business owners protect themselves by forming an LLC, or limited liability company. Regardless of which structure is chosen, one key document is necessary to establish the operation’s rules and regulations. It is called an operating […]

Understanding Breach of Contract

A Guide to Understanding Breach of Contract

While a business may have internal disputes among its partners, LLC members or shareholders, there can also be disputes between businesses. A supplier of goods or services may damage a business by failing to provide the contracted goods or services. That same business may fail to pay the supplier. In either case, if the terms […]