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Shutting down all or part of your business isn’t simply a matter of settling out accounts and satisfying consents and contracts. Just like every other aspect of your business, closing down a subsidiary or parent company and dissolving any business entity requires thoughtful consideration, diligence and a strict adherence to procedure. 

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The corporate veil is one of the most important legal tools in protecting the personal assets of shareholders or the assets of a large parent company. Courts are generally loath to revoke the protections offered by a corporation, and will typically do so only in the event of gross misconduct.

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Alex Gertsburg recently sat down with Steve Millard of COSE to explain innovative new billing strategies that law firms and their clients are using. Watch this short video to learn about ways to save money on your legal expenses.

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If you own or operate a business in Ohio (indeed, in any state in the U.S.), a background check is a necessary component of your hiring process. Background checks are conducted by third parties or handled by you, and during the interview process. 

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There are countless business practices and laws in place today that slowly evolved into their present form. As a result, they don’t make a whole lot of sense without some kind of context. 

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If you believe an employee is stealing from your business, it is easy to say that the most effective resolution is termination. In some cases, termination is an easy solution. When it comes to at-will employees, after all, there is a limit to how much financial damage from theft you are willing to accept either financially or emotionally. 

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On March 21, 2017, a new law went into effect in Ohio expanding where a person licensed to carry a concealed weapon may bring their handgun. No longer may companies have policies prohibiting a handgun from being stored in a person’s private vehicle on the company property, and restrictions on bringing a handgun into institutions of higher learning, day-care facilities, and airports, among other locations, have been loosened.
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“Audit” is a dirty word; for most, it conjures up the image of agents of a faceless bureaucracy rifling through the most intimate details of their lives. For business owners, however, audits are an important tool in identifying improvement opportunities.
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Attorney-client privilege is almost universally regarded as one of the oldest (and strongest) legal protections in existence. As far back as Ancient Rome, the privilege has barred attorneys from testifying against their clients.
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Anyone who thinks that names don’t matter has either never named a child or never named a business or service. While names can be changed, choosing the right one the first time can make or break your business. For many entrepreneurs, the naming process starts in the back of their heads years in advance.
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