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A big part of running a business for many owners is hiring and managing good employees. However, along with employees comes the obligation to comply with many different federal and state laws regarding labor and employment.
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A significant amount of business revolves around contracts. Almost every aspect of business can be governed by an agreement signed by two parties that sets out the terms of the agreement and legally binds the parties to those terms. Contracts can be entered into with other companies, vendors, contractors, clients, and more.
 
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Businesses of all sizes must comply with a variety of laws and regulations on both the state level and the federal level. These regulations can involve having proper licenses and permits, meeting certain standards of operations for health and public safety, the compensation and treatment of employees, and more.
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When you have a viable business idea, chances are you want to hit the ground running as soon as possible. However, you should realize that in order to start your company on the best possible terms, there are many steps you should take before starting operations. The following are some steps that may be important to starting your business. For information regarding your specific situation, schedule a consultation with a Houston business lawyer.
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If you have employees, the time may come when you want to terminate one or more of them. Whether your decision is due to low productivity, attendance issues, misconduct, or any other reason, there are certain things you should consider before firing someone to protect your business from unnecessary liability.
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Partnerships often start because two people with great business ideas believe they will work together well. Whether you started a business with a family member, friend, or colleague, getting along is key to smooth operations of the partnership. However, there is always the chance that a conflict could arise and a partner could want to take legal action against you.
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In many situations in life, you call an attorney only when you are facing a specific legal problem, such as a personal injury from a car accident or a divorce. As a business owner, you should look at the assistance of an attorney in a different light, as an experienced business lawyer can help you in many ways throughout the course of your business.

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When you find a commercial space to rent for your business, you may believe that all commercial leases are created equal and assume that the terms are fair and in line with Texas law. However, there are many different terms in a commercial lease that can be beneficial or detrimental to your business. One important clause that often goes unconsidered is a “use” clause.
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Partnerships are a popular business structure when two or more people want to embark on a business endeavor together. Partnerships require few (if any) formalities and have relatively simple taxation rules. What can be difficult, however, is what happens when one partner becomes a problem for the company and you want to remove them.
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It seems like we were just discussing the end-of-year review for 2016 and suddenly the end of the first quarter of 2017 is coming up. Now is an important time for small business owners to reflect on their first quarter achievements and struggles and adjust their plans, if needed, for greater success over the rest of the year.
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