Legal Guides for Business
Written by attorney Justin Dain Hein, over 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
If you have tax debt (known
as back-tax liability), the IRS may assign your case to a Revenue Officer if
one of the following applies: (1) the IRS has been unable to collect the taxes... more
Written by attorney Jan Tamanini, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Use plain English. Your important business papers should be easy for a reader to understand. If your contracts are clear and unambiguous, you’re less likely to get into disputes. And when... more
Written by attorney Ronald Sarno, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
If you are engaged in a dispute with a customer, partner, or supplier of your business, this guide explains the steps you can take to resolve it. It explains your potential options, from... more
Written by attorney Boris Krivonos, over 3 years ago.
Buying a business Many find the idea of running a small business appealing, but lose their motivation after dealing with business plans, investors, and legal issues associated with new... more
Written by attorney Gerard O'Brien, 4 months ago.
A Brief discussion of the law, its short comings and the malice with which it was written The micro business The micro business is what used to be called a mom and pop business. Now it isn'... more
Written by attorney Raymond Michalski, about 1 year ago.
If you're intending to have business dealings with a relative (spouse, parent, child, sibling or extended family member) make sure the nature of the relationship and your rights and... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, about 2 years ago.
•Local and international contract disputes
•Employment law matters
•Partnership and shareholder disagreements
•Separation of a business... more
Written by attorney Elmer Sanchez, over 2 years ago.
In our fast paced hectic world, the last thing that we want is the disruption caused by a divorce.However, divorces do not have to be horror stories.A properly managed divorce action can... more
Written by attorney Kerry Blasingim, over 1 year ago.
So, youre a freelancer. Or youre an installation artist. Or youre a girl who gets paid to dress up like a clown and blow up balloons at childrens birthday parties. Everything is going... more
Written by attorney Barry Dorans, about 2 months ago.
When you start a business in Virginia, it is important protect your personal assets from creditors, and using a business entity is the best way to do that. Sole Proprietorship If you just... more