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Are Your Employments Practices Ready for Audit?

On February 17, 2017 the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) sent out approximately 800 Corporate Scheduling Announcement Letters (CSAL) to contractors doing business with the Federal Government. While the CSAL letters have not been sent out for several years, the OFCCP is resuming this practice.

Free Speech Reborn – The Untold Truth Regarding Online Reviews

Valentine’s Day is coming up and millions of consumers are thinking of the perfect gifts for their loved ones; whether it’s a romantic night out or a special purchase off the internet. Certainly when looking to the internet for that purchase the online reviews help direct the buying power. This creative use of technology is […]

Preparing for Mediation

Mediation is a great tool for reaching a solution to your issue without resorting to litigation. As most people know, litigation can be very expensive and time-consuming, and the prospect of rolling the dice when it costs so much to play can be a great motivation to resolve your issues through mediation. However, mediation does […]

Even Online Giant Amazon Doesn’t Have Immunity

Nearly everyone on the planet has heard of online giant, Amazon. They are known for many different things, from their Prime memberships to their two-day shipping in many portions of the world. However, if you have ever used their Prime membership bonuses, then you know that sometimes their settings can be a bit difficult to […]

Women’s Business Law Winners Are Now Revealed

When it comes to being a reputable business woman, there is a lot that goes into getting to the top. There are currently awards that are provided to the women that have been known throughout the business world and have grown and made a name for themselves. They’re recognized and given awards every year. However, […]

What Exactly is the “Zombie Business” Law in Hempstead?

Anthony J. Santino, the Town Supervisor of Hempstead, announced the new proposed law that requires all of the lenders of business properties have to provide a deposit or security funding to the town of any and all of the vacant properties that are in need of upkeep. These commercial properties, since vacant, are known as […]

Determining Personal Property from Real Property in a Business

When you own a business you own everything, or do you? A large portion of business law has to do with property.  There are two types of property that business law deals with and they are personal and real. Although individuals can also have real property and personal property, business property is not much different […]

Buying an Already Established Business

Many people choose not to start up a new business, but to purchase one that is already up for sale in the area. Some may inherit or purchase a business from a close or distant relative, while others may choose to buy the structure of the business and change the entirety of it on the […]

Setting up a Small Business Means Getting a License

In Florida, if you own a small business, you need a license – it is that simple. But, what type of license you need could vary. Every business must have a general business license. This is called a business tax receipt and is received from your tax collector. The county and municipality you live in […]

Business Lawyer Service: Termination of a Company

Usually, there are specific measures your business attorney will lead a company through for an organized termination of its existence.  Firstly, a company must go through a process of winding up. In winding up, a company will stop doing business and will gather its property for sale or its distribution to its creditors and shareholders […]

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