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Can A Lawyer Help My Business Negotiate with Vendors?

Most business will eventually need to contract with outside vendors and others in order to meet business operations and success. A contract attorney provides a valuable resource for any activity requiring a contract, and more businesses are understanding the necessity...

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5 Types of Legal Trouble to Avoid as a Business Owner

Establishing a business helps to create economic opportunities for owners, investors, and workers alike. It takes more than obtaining a business license and a location to be successful. Proprietors of any type of businesses are susceptible to making legal mistakes...

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Should I Opt In For a Surety Bond for my Business?

A surety bond is like a guarantee from one company to another party and is business as normal for many organizations. At its core, the word “surety” signifies a formal engagement provided for the fulfillment of an activity. For business purposes, it could be a bond to...

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Can My Employer Ask About My Previous Salary History?

A new job search can be an exciting and fulfilling experience in your life, but it can also be quite stressful. You will face many questions during your search, some of which you may feel very comfortable answering, while other questions may intimidate you or feel...

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What are RICO Charges?

You may have only heard the term “RICO charges” on TV crime shows and in movies, but it is a very serious matter with severe consequences for those who are charged and convicted. The acronym “RICO” represents the Federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization...

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Should I Continue to Work at My Job After Whistleblowing?

A whistleblower is someone who works within a private sector or government organization and reveals abuses of power and other bad behaviors done by their employer that betray the public’s trust. The information they share can be revealed internally or disclosed to...

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Do Women Over 50 Face More Employment Discrimination?

Whether searching for employment, aiming for a promotion, or simply trying to hold on to their current position, older women face extra challenges in the workplace. They face the dual threat of age and gender discrimination, which often hinders their chances of...

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How Can I Protect My Intellectual Property?

Intellectual property (IP) is defined as any product of the human intellect such as inventions, designs and symbols, artwork, business and product names, website content, and other creations used in commerce. While the internet is a useful tool for businesses to reach...

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What Happens if You Are Found in Breach of Contract?

In an ideal contract situation, both parties would uphold their side of the agreement, both sides would obtain what was agreed upon, and no issues would come up. However, it can be difficult to maintain a contract, even when both parties want to. Unexpected situations...

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Does My NDA Prevent Me From Calling out Sexual Harassment?

Non-disclosure agreements, or NDAs, are a common component of employment contracts in today’s workplace. They are used to prevent employees from disclosing trade secrets and confidential company information, but do NDAs apply to sexual harassment complaints and other...

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