5 Ways to Reduce Your Company’s Legal Fees

Whether you just need help drawing up policies to help reduce liability, setting up plans for how to handle any potential litigation, or determining...

Patent Litigation Can Kill the Small Guy

When you think of patents, you think of added value to the corporation in the form of protection of its intellectual property. In fact,...

7 Simple Steps You Can Use to Stop Workers’ Comp Fraud

All businesses have a fair share of formal and informal procedures and processes to ensure efficiency in dealing with customers and effectiveness of operating...

The New FCA Policy That Could Help You and Your Business

The False Claims Act has long been used to fight unscrupulous business entities that conducted fraudulent business at the expense (or financial disadvantage) of...

The Small Business Non-Compete Agreement: Why It’s a Good Idea

Employees are often trusted with confidential and sensitive material while under your employment. But what happens when they are no longer working for the company, or have left for a competitor, taking all that valuable information with them?

Top 5 Employment Laws Every Small Business Owner Should Know

For any business, especially a small one, hiring is not an easy task and there are a lot of areas that need attention to...

7 Great Blogs & Websites for Your Law Practice

If you own a law practice or work in the legal field, you know how important it is to use the most up-to-date sources...

What Are Disparate Impact and Disparate Treatment?

Perhaps the most common type of discrimination claim that employers face is disparate treatment. Disparate impact and disparate treatment are two legal theories of discrimination, and it's critically important that you protect yourself and your business from these kinds of actions.

What You Need to Know About Business Law

When you start a business, you will need to figure out the legal requirements that apply to your business and the laws that you need to adhere to.

The Legal Side of Your Website

Understanding what information your website needs to legally provide for visitors is important for website administrators and business owners. Failing to offer the necessary information to customers and site visitors can put your organization in a legal bind.
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