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Category: Business law

Is Your Company’s Website ADA Compliant? And Does It Need to Be?

If you own a brick-and-mortar business that serves the public and has an associated website or app, read this blog, as it pertains to you directly. Most people are familiar...

Can You Be Held Personally Liable for Your LLC’s Debts?

Entrepreneurs who create a limited liability company (LLC) are protected from putting their personal assets at risk for business debts. Right? After all, that’s the main purpose of the LLC....

Why You Need to Keep Separate Businesses Separate

In the business world, it’s not uncommon for people to own stakes in multiple enterprises and take on various roles in different companies. This doesn’t often cause problems, but it...

Choosing the Right Business Entity at the Federal and State Level

As a business owner, it’s important to understand the differences between various business entities. Some of the differences include how the entity is structured, how it’s taxed, and what kind...

How to Word an Enforceable Provision: Invention Assignment Agreements and Confidentiality Agreements

Some of the most valuable assets a company can own are its trade secrets, patents, and inventions. Losing control of these assets can be very costly, so protection is a...

Protect Your Business Interests with Anti-Raid and Anti-Disparagement Provisions

We’ve talked before about how South Carolina courts tend to favor employees over employers in regards to covenants not to compete. This means that employers must be very careful in...

Can Your Retirement Account Be Used to Settle Business Debts?

Let’s say you owe money in a judgment, yet you still want to continue contributing to your savings accounts. Can you do that, or can that money be used to...

6 Common LLC Creation Mistakes

Starting a new business is exciting but also a little intimidating. There’s a lot you probably don’t know, and mistakes can end up costing you. If you’ve decided to start...

Would Your Contract Hold Up in Court? Indemnification Clauses and Public Policy.

If you’re in business, you know that contracts are a must to protect yourself. But don’t make the mistake of assuming that simply having a contract is enough. If it’s...

The Statute of Elizabeth: What You Need to Know About Transferring Assets

What if you owed someone a lot of money, but you didn’t want to pay them back? You might try to put your assets somewhere they couldn’t be touched; for...
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