Avoiding Liability Risk As a Small Business by Applying I.C.E.

Samuel Kenneth Swenson

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In this video attorney, Sam Swenson, goes through three important pieces that every small business should have in place in order to avoid excessive liability risks. Using the simple mnemonic device ICE, Mr. Swenson walks through the concepts of Insurance, Contracts and Entities as methods by which small businesses can avoid liability.

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For more information on getting your business up and running in California, check out this link to the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development http://business.ca.gov/StartaBusiness.aspx

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