If you have received serious injuries as the result of an accident that was caused by negligence, oversight, or even willful malice on the part of another person, you definitely have the right to seek compensation in a court of law.
A new report from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration details how the IRS is planning to detect and act on individuals using tax information from U.S. businesses frequently. The report, which is titled “Processes Are Being Established to Detect Business Identity Theft; However, Additional Actions Can Help Improve Detection,”
Can lawyers-on-demand revolutionize the legal industry as we know it? John Suh certainly thinks so, and he’s got a plan to make it happen. His company, LegalZoom, has been called “Uber for lawyers.” In practice, it’s hard to not see the similarities. Launched in 2010, the startup began offering small businesses a subscription plan that […]
If you’re self-employed and run your own business, you already know just how much that self-employment tax can hurt. Self-employed people typically pay higher Social Security and Medicare taxes than those who are employees of a company, as they must pay their share as well as their employer’s share. One way to reduce your SE […]
Employee lawsuits are one of the biggest risks that small businesses face. These legal proceedings are not only expensive and time consuming but also pose significant threat to damage the reputation of your company. Worst still, they can demoralize your employees. It is therefore imperative to protect your small business from possible employee lawsuits.
It is the responsibility of businesses to ensure that their customers are treated with care at all times. If a customer gets mistreated in some way or form and filing a complaint against it has led to nowhere, then justice must served against the business.
Lawsuit funding stands for a pre-agreement loan that is meant to assist you paying off your bills during a lawsuit of personal injury. However, the delivered cash can better be termed as an advance rather than any sort of loans. It cannot be termed as a loan as there is no requirement to repay for […]
There’s no way you can foolproof a business, more so if it’s from a problematic relationship. You’ll just have to fix the relationship first. But no union is without its disputes and troubles, from minor squabbles to divorce-inducing battles, so it’s a tricky situation to be married and run a separate or joint business venture.
The decision to hire a specialist lawyer is one that takes time. Law specialists are on hand to make sure that your legal proceedings go as smoothly as possible. What is more, this kind of specialist help can ensure that you are taking the right steps.
Federal law states that every hour worked ought to be paid according to the state’s definition of minimum wage as well as what a certain company defines their hourly rate to be. In addition, overtime is supposed to be paid at a rate of 1.5 times the normal hourly rate.
Business blogging is considered indispensable in today’s competitive market. A business, whether online or offline, needs to have a least a website in order for their customers to find them. Even better, a business should have a blog.
Incorporating your business transforms it into a legal entity separate from you, capable of starting a lawsuit, buying property or even committing crime. Of course, the decision to incorporate depends on your business and your needs and it isn’t right for every business.
No matter what you produce – whether its haircuts, hamburgers, web pages or (the proverbial) widgets, if you haven’t got the competitors clawing at your coat tails … its probably because they’re out in front.
I recently spoke to a small group of local new businesses and their reaction to some of my tips confirmed my long held suspicions that IP is often overlooked as a key component of a new business.
It seems performance regimes are being misused in order to bypass age discrimination laws and to put the ‘oldies’ out to pasture. Under the Human Rights Act 1993, it is unlawful to discriminate on the basis of age.
Most recently a burgeoning NZ based wine company – which of course had registered its company name, domain name and trade mark in New Zealand – received an official looking email from an Asian based “domain name registering company”.