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Small Business Lawsuit Survival Guide: 10 Bulletproof Strategies to Keep Your Company Safe

June 10, 2024 04:06 pm by LawInc Staff

Lawsuits pose existential threats to small businesses lacking robust legal defense strategies. This guide outlines ten core strategies uniting how California’s sharpest business attorneys safeguard companies against litigation. Need assistance protecting...

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The Employer’s Shield: Creating a Legally Safe Workplace

May 30, 2024 12:05 pm by LawInc Staff

In today’s litigious business environment, guarding against legal pitfalls proves paramount for safeguarding organizational wellbeing. Employment law complexities expose unwitting companies to myriad risks – costly lawsuits, damaged reputations, weakened...

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Starting a Business in Los Angeles? 10 Essential Legal Steps to Protect Yourself and Your Business

May 24, 2024 02:05 pm by LawInc Staff

Launching a new venture in Los Angeles opens doors to immense opportunities yet also carries complex legal responsibilities. Savvy entrepreneurs recognize that investing in essential legal groundwork from the outset...

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The Entrepreneur’s Legal Survival Guide: From Idea to IPO

May 22, 2024 12:05 pm by LawInc Staff

Starting a business and growing it into a successful enterprise ready for an Initial Public Offering (IPO) requires navigating a complex legal landscape. Key legal considerations arise at each stage...

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What Is the Minimum Franchise Tax for California LLCs and Corporations?

May 17, 2024 11:05 am by LawInc Staff

California limited liability companies (LLCs) and corporations must pay a minimum annual franchise tax, regardless of income or business activity level. The franchise tax represents a fee for the privilege...

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When Protest Photos Go Viral: How to Protect Your Reputation and Business

May 15, 2024 06:05 pm by LawInc Staff

When unflattering or misleading images from protests go viral, businesses and individuals face immense challenges protecting hard-earned reputations. Strategic approaches help navigate crises, counter false narratives, and rebuild public trust...

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Social Media Law: How to Protect Your Brand and Avoid Lawsuits

May 13, 2024 10:05 am by LawInc Staff

Considering the legal aspects of social media is crucial for businesses to safeguard their brand reputation and prevent costly lawsuits. From intellectual property infringement to defamation claims, understanding key social media...

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Startup Law: Essential Legal Tips for New Entrepreneurs

May 10, 2024 10:05 am by LawInc Staff

Starting a new business comes with countless legal considerations that can make or break your entrepreneurial dreams. From entity formation to intellectual property protection, getting the right legal foundations in place...

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How to Legally Handle Employee Terminations in California

May 09, 2024 08:05 am by LawInc Staff

Terminating employees in California requires following specific legal procedures to minimize risks of wrongful termination lawsuits. Proper documentation, clear communication, and consistent application of company policies are essential. But employers must also...

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Piercing the Corporate Veil: When California Business Owners Become Personally Liable

May 07, 2024 03:05 pm by LawInc Staff

When California business owners choose to incorporate or form an LLC, they generally gain personal liability protection. But this corporate shield is not absolute. In certain situations, courts can pierce the...

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