Tag Archives: corporate law

How to Deal With Negative Online Reviews

You’ve worked hard to build your small business and offer great products and services, so nothing is more frustrating than receiving a negative online review, especially if they are unjustified, misleading or factually incorrect.

Fortunately, there are several steps that you can take to prevent your business’s reputation from being damaged by false unfavorable reviews.

Respond promptly...

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Can Your Business Survive the Loss of a Key Person?

Maybe you’ve protected your business with general liability coverage, property insurance, commercial automobile coverage, and workers’ compensation insurance.

But for some businesses, operations would come to a grinding halt without certain essential contributors—key persons as we call them. If your business includes any key persons then key-person insurance should be a part of your business insurance...
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LLC Management: Who Should Run the Shop?

Determining who will manage the day-to-day affairs of your business is an important decision.

Knowing this from the beginning is important for the success of your business, but also because your Limited Liability Company (LLC) operating agreement demands it. Luckily, LLC operating agreements are very flexible and the management structure can be tailored for your business’s...
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Does the “Corporate Veil” Really Protect Your Personal Assets?

If you’re starting a business, you may have started to do your homework to weigh your options for what kind of business entity you want to create.

You’ve likely considered the tax and non-tax implications for the different types of entities. If so, then you’ve probably also run across information on protections certain business entities afford...
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