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What Should Franchises Look for in a Law Firm?

Whether you're a franchisor or a franchisee, follow these experts' words of advice.

Hayden Field

3 'Boring' Essentials Every Successful Business Owner Must Deal With

If you don't take care of the "boring" stuff, your company won't last long enough to deliver on all the promises you made to your customers.

Rashan Dixon

4 Ways to Cover Your Ass Legally as a Business Owner

Client not paying? Sometimes, it's best to sidestep a lawsuit by first sending a 'demand letter' written on your lawyer's stationery.

Han-Gwon Lung

What Franchises Should Look for in a Law Firm

How to find a lawyer who will focus more on moving your business forward and less on billable hours.

Managing Your Lawyers as Your Startup Grows

Five ways to better manage your legal counsel.

Miriam Rivera

10 Lawyers-Turned-Entrepreneurs Creating a Revolution in Law

Lawyers are leaving the safe and well-paying world of law to build their own fast-growing, tech-first companies.

4 Potential Lawsuits to Watch Out for in Small Business

Avoiding lawsuits isn't as thrilling as winning litigation but it's far less expensive.

Larry Alton

Create the Strongest Patent Possible With These 5 Tips

Your patent attorney is your next best friend -- but only if you put in the hard work first.

Stephen Key

How a Careful Approach Led This Company to Off-the-Charts Success

Meet one of the companies on the Entrepreneur360 Index that fits in the 'Classics' category.

3 Areas of Law Every Entrepreneur Should Know

Just as entrepreneurs need to know the basics of accounting and marketing, they also need to understand the basics of business law to avoid the potential failure that follows costly litigation.

Anthony Johnson

4 Entrepreneurs Trying to Bring Cloud Computing to Tech-Leery Law Firms

Lawyers have been the most reluctant of professions to embrace the cloud but these innovators are changing minds.

Peter Daisyme

How One Startup Wants to Solve an 'Insane' Problem for a $400 Billion Industry

Printing piles and piles of Bill Gates' and Steve Ballmer's emails in the early 2000's led to this business idea.

Matt Weinberger