Ask Entrepreneur - Legal Basics For Startups
I'm tired of answering to my father who runs our company like a dictatorship. I run the day-to-day operations and own a percentage of the company.
Our homeowners' association doesn't allow for home businesses. We do not want to rent another location, what are our options?
The company was sold to another brand.
I'm a part-time employee for a government contractor.
Can my son and I be partners in our own business with just our names on the business license in the state of Alaska?
One of the lessees failed a criminal background check. Can I terminate the lease with just that that person and keep it with the other qualifies lessees?
The homeowner doesn't want to pay. What are the best legal steps to take?
I was recently laid off and I didn't take a salary from my business.
I actually quit my job in Minnesota after I injured my knee.
I need to launch the legal, IP protections and business filings for my tiny film and music publishing.
Or should I just rush and make sure I'm the first to monetize it?
Our company does not offer any compensation or guarantee jobs for us in the new company. Do we have the right to make a legal case to stop or protest this sale?
I am an officer and 50 percent shareholder of an S Corp in New Mexico. Do I have to file any specific legal papers with the state or the IRS?
I'm letting go a contractor who utilized my company name, logo and affiliation on his personal and professional web pages. What is the proper way to ensure he removes all company info?
I want to be sure I'm not doing anything wrong.
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