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5 Tips for Startups

January 15th, 2018

There has never been a better time to launch your business. With a huge selection of marketing tools, the rise of social media, and diverse funding opportunities everywhere you look, there is unprecedented support for small business owners. However, plenty of new enterprises still fail within the first couple of years, so how can you […]

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Trademarks 101

December 15th, 2017

In the world of business, it’s important to have distinction, recognizability, and a positive brand profile. There are always dozens of other companies looking to gain control of your target demographic, and often the company on top is the one with the most recognizable branding. Large corporations have been built from something as simple as […]

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Want to Keep Your Business in Compliance? 4 Things to Know

November 17th, 2017

When you’ve worked hard to build your company, the last thing you want is for some logistical error or regulation loop to dismantle everything. And yet, this kind of thing happens all the time. A savvy business owner fails to put all their ducks in a row, fails to stay on top of legal requirements, […]

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The 5 Main Types of Unfair Competition

October 20th, 2017

In today’s business world, especially with the abundance of online and self-owned enterprises, competition can be fierce. With hundreds or thousands of people vying for the attention of the same marketplace demographic, keeping your goods and services in front of your prospective customers is key. Since the very beginning, businesses have found ways to beat […]

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Frequently Asked Questions About Business Bankruptcy

September 20th, 2017

It’s not just individuals that get themselves into tough financial positions- businesses of all shapes and sizes may get stuck and need to explore creative options to move forward. Some companies use bankruptcy as a way to settle past debts and find a new way to keep their doors open, and others simply use their […]

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How to Fund Your Startup

August 24th, 2017

It seems like everyone has a great idea these days, and more and more entrepreneurs are clamoring for a spot in the modern marketplace. Startups are rising and falling quickly here in California, and one of the things that differentiates the successful ones from the ones that fail, is the presence of strong funding. Finding […]

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Business Tips: Don’t Go Into Negotiations Without an Attorney

July 19th, 2017

Today’s tech and financial sectors are competitive and intimidating, and it’s critical that you enter each and every negotiation with the proper preparation. Whenever you are meeting with anyone related to your business, whether that is an investor, client, vendor, or someone else, it pays to know what to expect and have a clear goal […]

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5 Things to Look for in Your General Counsel

June 23rd, 2017

For any business, whether it’s a small startup or a large corporation, having the right legal assistance can make a world of difference. A good corporate attorney can guide you towards making the right decisions for your finances, your management structure, and help you protect your unique goods and services. With thousands of new companies […]

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Why You Should Let A Lawyer Handle Your Corporate Governance

May 31st, 2017

In today’s competitive business world, you have to wear many hats if you want to be successful. From accounting to human resources, sales to inventory management, all the proper pieces must be in place in order to meet your growth goals. However, too many entrepreneurs try to do everything themselves, or fail to delegate properly, […]

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Thinking Of Closing Your Business? Four Questions to Ask First

April 27th, 2017

Here in California, there are many small business owners, and with today’s competitive market, it’s not uncommon for those businesses to run into trouble. Unfortunate things like falling victim to product defects, employment lawsuits, or financial mismanagement can all derail a business, and it’s understandable to consider shutting up shop when things aren’t going well. […]

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