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- Why Fashion Professional Should Employ a Qualified Fashion Attorney
The global fashion industry has emerged in the 21st century as one of the fast-growing and most dynamic economic sectors in the world.
- Urban Development Boundary
For the majority of cities and places, development is a good thing. Not only is it often a sign of economic growth, it can also mean additional jobs being brought into the area, especially when the projects include office buildings, warehouses, and other commercial properties.
- 4 Common Legal Mistakes Business Owners Need to Avoid
Many small business owners start with the intention of building a business that both thrives and survives for years to come.
- Smoking the Peace Pipe in South Dakota
A new pot resort in South Dakota will be opening up soon on tribal land, despite the fact that pot is not yet legal in South Dakota.
- I Received a Bad Check – What Do I Do?
If you have received a bad check, you may be able to pursue compensation or restitution through civil or criminal proceedings. However, state laws typically govern bad check disputes and certain elements may need to be met in order to recover the value of the bad check.
- What makes a Lawyer Websites Effective?
If you have an existing website, or strategy to establish one in the near future, it's important to comprehend the characteristics that can make or break the efficiency of your online financial investment. An unappealing or badly constructed site will do more to hurt your business than to help it. In this article, we look at the basic elements associated with making a website effective.
- The Importance of Writing Good Legal Content
What is Good Legal Content? Good Legal Content is content that serves two purposes, one it gains the attention of the reader, hopefully one who is a potential client. The content gives them enough information and intrigues them enough to make them want to contact your office for more information, or better yet a consultation.
- Restricted Securities 101
The Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”) requires that the sale of a security be registered under the Securities Act, unless the security or transaction qualifies for an exemption from registration.
- Small Firm Management
According to the ABA: At large law firms, there are entire departments dedicated to many of the logistical and administrative aspects of running a law firm. These include managing office space, conducting conflict checks, overseeing HR matters, even making sure the coffee break room is stocked with half-and-half. As sole practitioners, attorneys are responsible for all of these activities, and many others
- Valuing a Business in Divorce
Valuing a business in a divorce is an important part of the property division. An error may affect a party significantly resulting in a loss of thousands, tens of thousands, or, in some cases, more. Understanding the importance of a valuation and how it occurs is a significant part of your case.