More than 5 million new U.S. businesses were started in the U.S. last year — and startup founders need to be wary of the legal obstacles that could derail their success.
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Before you can decide if you should franchise, find out exactly what you're getting yourself into.
Marketers who work in the legal industry know that the landscape can rapidly change, and to stay ahead, one must innovate to stay relevant.
As the prevalence of personal injury lawsuits grows nationally, what does this mean for small business owners? How can you be proactive as a business owner, plan ahead for the potential of accidents, and create a safe work environment? Careful planning and training can go a long way.
"We Got Funded!" UAE-Born Legaltech Startup Clara Secures Investment From Silicon Valley-Based Plug And Play
With over 4,000 startups on its platform already, Clara's legaltech services primarily focus on digitizing and automating legal tasks for business founders.
In a time with an ever-changing landscape of regulations, staying ahead of legal and regulatory changes is critical to safeguarding your business's success. Navigating legal and regulatory changes can be challenging, but it's fundamental for entrepreneurs to ensure that their businesses are compliant.
The Mexican food chain is suing the salad and bowls chain for its new menu item, the 'Chipotle Chicken Burrito Bowl.'
Learn the basics of legal compliance structures and equip yourself with the foundation to seek and secure investors in a legally compliant way.
At the height of her success, Elizabeth Holmes had an estimated net worth of $4.5 billion.
In the end, everything is our responsibility.
Artificial Intelligence has already taken over many jobs that were previously handled manually. This technology's continuous development challenges more professions and will even disrupt high-skill areas such as the legal industry.
It's possible to save on experts like lawyers, accountants and designers while not putting your company at risk.
If your business aims to be nimble in its growth strategies, including geographical expansion, a cutting-edge compliance department has become more vital than ever.