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Brick Business Law, P.A.
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While most employers understand some of the basics of laws regulating wages, one particular category of law gets a little confusing: overtime rules.
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What sort of structure makes the most sense for your small business -- a corporate structure or a sole proprietorship? If neither structure fits you well, perhaps the best choice for you is a Limited Liability Company (LLC) -- a structure that represents a middle ground between a regulated corporate structure and a simplified sole ownership or partnership. #BusinessLaw
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When a small business is involved in a lawsuit, an owner's concern can't only be about winning or losing -- it also has to be about making sure the company stays on track. #BusinessLaw
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Most contracts end when both parties have fulfilled their contractual obligations, but it's not uncommon for one party to fail to completely fulfill his or her end of the contract agreement. Breach of contract is the most common reason contract disputes are brought to court for resolution. #BusinessLaw
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The last thing you want is for a carefully negotiated severance agreement to be declared unenforceable because it doesn't comply with state laws. It's a good idea for you to talk with an attorney to make sure you're not including impermissible terms in your severance agreement. #BusinessLaw
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When selling a business, a lawyer can help you review offers, contracts, and deals. #BusinessLaw
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Smart business leaders know they need to have someone in place who can sub in or replace them in case of emergency or opportunity. By building a workable company-wide approach to succession, you’ll ensure a stronger, more successful future. #BusinessLaw
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Before you hire anyone, you must know whether that person will be an independent contractor or employee so you can comply with the law.
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It is possible to reduce the risk of your business failing if your partner leaves unexpectedly. #BusinessLaw
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Hiring your first employee is very exciting, but you don't want this positive event to become a problem because you fail to comply with the law.
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