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Upcoming Presentations for Effective Business Planning

September 7, 2018
Business Law

As an adjunct professor at Carroll Community College, Kathleen Rus Esquire is no stranger to teaching. As an accomplished attorney, she is also no stranger to providing effective strategies for navigating the legal aspects of business planning. Kathleen Rus Esquire will be giving three presentations on “Exit Strategies for Your Business” at Carroll Community College […]

Tips for Comparing Business Lawyers in Westminster, MD

April 10, 2018
Business Law

When you need the help of a professional, it’s smart to take some time and evaluate multiple options. This is especially true when it involves seeking out a business lawyer. When you open a business, there are plenty of things you will need to do that require the help of a business lawyer. Establishing a […]

What’s the First Step to Starting a Business?

February 5, 2018
Business Law

Starting your own business may not be the easiest task, but its benefits and rewards can be well worth it once you are established. Let’s take a look at the first few steps to forming a business. Step #1 – Have an Idea The first step in any business plan is to define and establish […]

Do I Need a Lawyer to Start a Business?

September 15, 2017
Business Law, General

Technically, you don’t need a lawyer to start a business, you can do it on your own. That said, partnering with a lawyer you can trust at the inception of your business will make it much easier for you to start your business. Additionally, finding a reputable business lawyer early on will create a more […]

Legal Aspect of Selling a Business

June 15, 2017
Business Law

So you want to sell your business, but you’re not sure where to start. The legal aspects associated with selling a business might be unknown territory for you. Let’s answer a few common questions to help clear things up: What is a letter of intent? One of the first things you will do when you decide […]

Why you May Need a Lawyer to Start a New Business

December 6, 2016
Business Law

Starting a new business is exciting and frightening, and you may be feeling optimistic and overwhelmed all at the same time. When you have what feels like a million decisions to make and every penny counts, it can be tempting to forgo consulting a business lawyer, but that may not be the most cost-effective decision. […]

Three Non Profit Lawsuits you can Avoid

October 30, 2016
Business Law

Lawsuits are something that can impact any organization, but they can be particularly devastating to a non profit organization. Most lawsuits fit into one of three categories, personal injury, contract issues, and employment law issues. Let’s look at each of these more carefully to better understand how to avoid these common lawsuits. Personal Injury Lawsuits […]

Estate Planning Tips for Business Owners

December 23, 2015
Business Law, Estate Planning

As a savvy business owner, you probably understand the importance of estate planning and hopefully already have a Will or a Trust. But what about your business? What happens to it if you unexpectedly pass away or become disabled? Estate planning for business owners is something you should discuss with your Maryland estate planning or […]

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