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The Latino Small Business Boom

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According to the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, there are 4.4 million Latino-owned businesses in this country that are responsible for the injection of over $700 billion into the U.S. economy. In the past year alone, the average annual revenue of those businesses spiked by 26.5%, while the number of credit applications jumped 22%. The […]

Strategies for Recovery from a Business Downturn

Business Downturn

Successful business owners do not accept failure or defeat. If their business falls on hard times, they re-think and strategize. When sales and profits are lagging, they are proactive. This is a list of common strategies for consideration:ReinventionCall it reinvention. ​Call it adaptation. Either way, you must be ready to shift gears when you are […]

The Basics of Breach of Contract

breach of contract basics

Someone breaches a contract, a plaintiff or a defendant, and needs representation.  The rest is history…if only it were that simple. Contracts are created involving goods, services, real estate, employment and a whole host of other subjects.What does the plaintiff have to prove?With every breach of contract, the plaintiff must start by proving that the […]

NJ Home Improvement Contractors Still Not Subject to Criminal Background Checks

Home Improvement Contractors

“Shock and awe” is a military tactic where overwhelming power and enormous displays of force are used to paralyze the enemy’s perception of the battlefield and destroy its will to fight. The term also refers to when an unscrupulous figure takes advantage of a shock to the system, such as a weather-related crisis or natural […]

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