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Contracts
Contracts are executed and performed in all areas of business. From the start of a business to selling or closing of one, many contracts dominate the terms of production, performance, employment, services, and much more. You probably do not even realize it, but your business likely enters into many contracts daily. Buying your employee donuts...
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For 2019, the average American wedding cost a little over $33,000. While $33,000 is a high price for one day, it is the start of a whole new life together, so why not splurge on $15,000 for a venue or even $9,000 for catering? Not only can a wedding be expensive, but it can also...
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You’ve heard about the value of having a registered trademark – a word, phrase, symbol, or design that identifies and distinguishes your brand and prevents someone else from trying to capitalize on the good reputation you worked hard for. Maybe you’re ready to take the plunge and apply for trademark registration with the United States...
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Life and business are adjusting to a “new normal” amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, but don’t start ramping up your business operations until you make sure you’re protected – get a COVID-19 specific liability waiver and safeguard against potential legal trouble! Who should use a waiver? Managing partner of our firm Rachel Brenke explained it best,...
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Contract law is often regarded as one of the driest and most dull subject matters in law school and practice, however recently more and more businesses are reaching out to attorneys asking for help with it for one big reason… any guesses? The pandemic has created circumstances beyond the likes that anyone alive has seen....
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Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, small businesses have been greatly impacted. This especially includes wedding vendors such as florists, caterers, cake designers and photographers.  Forbes reached out to Managing Partner, Rachel Brenke, for legal advisement to vendors facing cancellations of weddings and the associated legal contracts.  This quote isn’t the full analysis or discussion but...
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