Many startups make legal mistakes. Some have minor consequences. Others force companies to shut their doors for good. To avoid the cost and grief of a legal dispute, be sure not to make these eight mistakes.
Spring Cleaning for Your Legal Life
Sexual harassment has taken center stage in the media in recent months. Harvey Weinstein’s allegations has led to over 50 men being accused of sexual harassment. This large-scale awakening has led to many business owners scrambling to find ways to protect their employees.
If your spouse has any part of the business’s operations or even puts a halt on his or her career to raise the kids, he or she may have a stake in your business.
A prenuptial agreement may not be romantic, but it can provide you and your partner with protection in case of divorce.
One job many small business owners seem to forget about is issuing the correct contracts.
Often times we forget about all the formalities and legalities that are linked to the responsibility of starting up our own business.
No business can operate in isolation. There are various factors or forces involved that collectively help a business to grow
It is illegal to ask about past workers compensation claims or include such claims in the employee background check.
The single most controversial idea that has recently become a reality is the development of VR that can interpret, learn from and adapt to emotional behavior.