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Simple steps for entrepreneurs to avoid business litigation

Owning and operating a small business in Oregon is no easy feat. It can be costly, stressful and take years of hard work just to reach a point of stability. Because of what is at stake, entrepreneurs would be wise to take steps to avoid business litigation in every way they can. Legal issues can cost a significant amount of money, and these matters can be damaging for personnel and the company's reputation.

More women are starting the business formation process

It's not easy to start a business in Oregon and take the necessary steps for it to succeed. In the past, the small business world has been dominated by men, but recent numbers reveal that more women are starting the business formation process. Statistics find that four out of every 10 businesses started are owned and operated by women, and many of these are women of color.

Uber facing business litigation over employee classification

The rideshare business is thriving, with many people opting to pay for drivers as needed instead of using public transportation or paying for taxis. Other times, Oregon readers may prefer to call for an Uber instead of driving themselves on a night out. Despite its popularity and continued growth, Uber is facing business litigation as a result of the way the company currently classifies its drivers. 

Popular dairy farm facing business litigation over ads

Tillamook is a popular producer of dairy products and a well-loved tourist attraction in Oregon. The company says that most of its dairy product comes from small farms and that it has a commitment to treating animals well. However, some people claim that the advertisements from the company are not true, and as a result, the company is facing business litigation.

Business formation for companies that will sell food

For an Oregon entrepreneur who has dreamed of opening his or her own restaurant or food business, it can be exciting to watch that dream finally take shape. During the business formation stage, it is easy to see how excitement can cause a person to rush ahead with certain things, but there are many important things for a business owner to take into consideration. This is especially true for a food service business or company that will make or sell food products.

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