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Small Business Legal Strategy for Coronavirus; Bylaws & Operating Agreements, Licensing, Contracts & More

The long-term strategic impacts of COVID-19 also require analysis and strategic planning as the misfortune continues to change and governments around the world organize to solve the immediate threat. Concerning the long-term effects of COVID-19 in the workplace, all businesses, regardless of size, should prepare. It is equally important to make sure they are prepared…

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What to Do if You Get Pulled Over Smoking Marijuana while Driving or with Drugs in the Car in Las Vegas, NV

Quite a few people are indulging in marijuana use since being legalized in Nevada. Though legal, however, marijuana still has its restrictions for legal use. It has a lot of similarities to alcohol. Like alcohol, driving while using marijuana are illegal; and much like alcohol DUIs, if you are arrested for driving under the influence…

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Non-Disparagement Clauses & What Businesses Need to Know About the Consumer Review Fairness Act

With the use of the internet making it easy, customers and consumers are able to voice their opinions about businesses with negative and positive opinions. Because of these reviews that have helped the everyday consumer’s purchase decisions, both large and small businesses have been hurt and mired. The non-disparagement clauses have gained popularity due to…

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Delayed Back Pain or Other Injuries After Car Accident? Statute of Limitations on Personal Injury Claims

Following a vehicle accident, the injuries sustained as a result is not always immediately noticeable. Weeks or even months may be what it takes for the symptoms to manifest with some injuries. Understanding the potential injuries that may appear later is important, and if you do notice any injuries from an accident, you should contact…

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Questions to Ask & Things to Consider Before Signing a Typical Commercial Property Lease

A commercial lease should not be signed by business owners light-heartedly. The store-front or office space, when first starting out is one of a business owners’ biggest expenses. Like most contracts, it could be too late to make any changes once you have signed a commercial lease. To potentially prevent you from growing your business,…

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