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When and How to Use Short-Term Credit
Whether you&'re in the early stages of starting your own company or have been in business for years, at some point you&'ll probably need to borrow money. For small business owners, obtaining short-term credit lines and loans can provide the financial solution to keep the business going. However, there ... Read more

When to Sell Shares to Finance Your Business
One benefit of incorporating your business is the ease with which you can raise additional capital by selling stock. Public companies are subject to governmental regulations that govern initial public offerings (IPOs) on a stock exchange. Selling stock in a private company is less complicated.However, ... Read more

Billing Customers and Collecting Debts
Effective billing and collecting procedures are essential for any business. Getting your invoices paid on time starts with establishing your billing terms with your customers. Your invoices should be prepared and sent in a consistent manner. Invoices that are not paid in a timely manner should be tracked ... Read more

Small Business Administration and Other Business Loans
Equity and debt are the two ways to fund your business without taking money from your own pocket. Equity finance means raising money by offering investors part ownership in your business. Debt finance, by contrast, means borrowing money to operate or expand your business. Your company's individual circumstances ... Read more

Tax and Audit Issues and Your Small Business
One thing you can&'t avoid when operating a business is filing business tax returns and paying income tax on your profits. No matter how meticulous you are with your business taxes, there&'s always a possibility that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and state tax agencies will choose your return for ... Read more

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Assuming that the lp is operating property as a separate legal entity, rather than as an alter ego of its individual partners, the individual's creditors would generally not have the right to satisfy ...Read more

No, but a sole proprietor cannot use words that infer a corporation, so maybe there is a problem with the rest.

It would depend on the terms of the actual contract.  However, if the contract provided for adequate leaching fields, and it clearly is not, then the guarantee is violated.

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Intellectual Property: How Ideas Are Protected

Small business owners have a difficult task in navigating the legal side of their business. After all, business owners are an expert in their fields, not the law — and that can make it hard for ... Read more

Summer 2016 Employment Newsletter

What rights do employees have to talk about politics at work?This year’s presidential election has produced one of the most colorful and contentious political seasons in recent memory. It’ ... Read more

Summer 2016 Business Newsletter

New threats to online retailers:As more and more companies sell things online, especially to far-flung customers, it can be difficult to keep track of the ever-changing legal rules that apply. Here&#8 ... Read more

Business restraint of trade: What does that mean and entail?

You manage a Southern California business and believe that your company’s profits and prospects have been undermined by actions taken by a business rival that have adversely affected you. Do you ... Read more

Philadelphia Business Lawyers: Third Circuit Revives Defamation Suit Involv

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit decided on July 26, 2016 to revive a firefighter’s defamation and false light claim against the New York Daily News after rehearing the claim on J ... Read more

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