Are you considering starting a business or nonprofit? Have you recently started one? Here are some articles to guide you through the launch and early issues you may encounter.
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What is the duty of loyalty and why does it matter to multi-member LLC?
Small Business owners often wonder when and whether they need an employee handbook.
With the rise of online DIY legal documents, when should you attempt it yourself and when should you consult an attorney?
Many people are often confused as to if, and when, a purchase order constitutes a legally binding agreement.
Businesses, whether for-profit or nonprofit, often underestimate the value of their intellectual property, such as their logo.
Home-based businesses are commonplace for sole-proprietors, side jobs, and start-ups. When launching your home-based business, do not forget to investigate these often-overlooked legal matters:
Small businesses and nonprofits often have little (or no) marketing budget, relying instead on Do-It-Yourself promotions. Kudos to those with the time and talent to do so, but be aware of intellectual property laws if you do.
Despite the midwinter snow, small businesses will soon be fielding requests for internship opportunities. The US Department of Labor recently revised its position regarding whether interns are paid or unpaid.
Christine Jarzab Kuntz is an attorney specializing in the life cycle of businesses and nonprofit organizations. She is enthusiastic to share her knowledge, tools, and tips with the business and nonprofit community. She enjoys the excitement of tutoring start-ups, tackling the challenges of established businesses, and counseling her clients' transitions through all stages of the business life cycle.