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Month: October 2010

Small Business Administration (SBA) Grants

  While the Small Business Administration (SBA) guarantees loans for entrepreneuers and start-up capital, they do not provide grants, per se. But the SBA's website provides links to grant programs designed to expand and enhance organizations that provide small...

General Partnerships are for (Dummies) the Uninformed

There are (at least) two reasons why you should never get into a general partnership. First, you have unlimited personal liability for your partner's acts of varying stupidity. When the partnership insurance can't or won't cover the damages, there's no doubt that the...

Funding for Entrepreneurs

As social media services such as Twitter and Facebook become one of the go-to marketing and advertising avenues for entrepreneurs, new online platforms have emerged to aid the entrepreneur in other ways. Whether it is the traditional start-up or the new wave of "lean...

Should I Start a Corporation or LLC Online?

I cannot express enough the importance of documentation during the start-up phase, so why trust an online incorporation service? I was recently visited by two men who had gone into business together last year. They had purchased a "Silver" level incorporation package...

Contract Disputes: Contractual Arbitration, Who Decides What?

  Questions surrounding arbitration clauses in business contracts, such as transaction agreements, employment agreements, or buy-sell agreements, have produced business disputes over a number of issues, many of which have resulted in litigation. To our clients'...

Residential Construction Defect Law: A Primer (Part 4 of 4)

  Last week, in part one of this primer on Residential Construction Defect Law, I discussed the topic generally.  Monday's part two discussed types of construction defects.  Part three covered legal theories of Construction Defect Law and Litigation. Today's...

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