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If your former customer is making false statements of fact which are hurting your business, you (and/or your business entity.d depending on the circumstances) may have a claim against him for defamati ...Read more

While a franchise company might require these, I am not aware of any State requirement.  The State requires certain licenses.

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Level 4 & 5 Asset Protection

Today we wrap up our discussion of asset protection with a brief analysis of the fourth and fifth levels of asset protection.Level 4 Asset Protection involves the use of entities such as LLCs, LPs, FL ... Read more

Level 1 Asset Protection

We gave a brief introdution to the concept of Asset Protection. Today we will dig a little deeper by explaining the first level of Asset Protection. Level 1 Asset Protection is the use of business ent ... Read more

An Introduction to Asset Protection

Asset Protection is a topic few people understand.  Today we begin a multi-part series on Asset Protect to help you understand this topic.  There are two rules to Asset Protection and five l ... Read more

What is a Limited Liability Company?

Many business transactions lawyers spend much of their professional lives creating, structuring and manipulating the “unnatural persons” of the legal world, those entities identified as &# ... Read more

LLC Design and Implementation

Tax Considerations and ConsequencesLLCs come in four basic forms based on tax treatment which is usually chosen by the members. The four forms of LLC’s based upon tax treatment we shall call: (i ... Read more

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