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LEGAL GUIDE FOR STARTING AND RUNNING A SMALL BUSINESS

Just getting a small business up and running means long hours and extended work weeks. But when legal issues loom, an owner may find he's out of time, energy and ideas. The articles in this section are designed to provide the answers to dozens of questions - from how to find the right attorney, to the legalities of business structure, employment regulation and asset protection.

Legal Assistance

Setting Up a Business

Employment Law, Discrimination, and Dispute Resolution

Contracts

Intellectual Property

Asset Protection

  • Avoid Antitrust Violations - Even small businesses can inadvertently violate antitrust laws; learn how to protect yourself and your company.
  • Small Business Insurance - The right business insurance helps you stay competitive, weather unforeseen accidents or events, and overcome catastrophes.

 

 

 

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