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Many companies are taking advantage of the advertising benefits offered by social media. These platforms provide a simpler and cheaper way to market products and services to a much larger audience. Yet, not all businesses realize that these advertisements must abide by the same laws as conventional ads on television or other platforms.
Today, most companies use social media marketing as a part of their marketing efforts to establish an online presence and disseminate information about their products and services. However, not all businesses realize that, in most situations, social media marketing activities should be compliant with federal regulations.
There is nothing wrong with an employer hiring someone as an independent contractor to do work. However, an employer cannot expect certain things of an independent contractor. The independent contractor gets to work on his or her own time. An employee is expected to work a set number of hours each day, starting at a certain time and finishing at a certain time on a routine basis.
Before reopening your business after COVID-19, you need to make sure you have a solid Return to Work Policy in place to mitigate legal liability.
The wake of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak has brought about a lot of uncertainty – even regarding the validity of contracts. Can you break a contract if you've been impacted by the coronavirus?
Some business owners choose to sell at the right time when they can make a decent amount from the sale while stepping away from the industry for personal reasons.
Even though many think that using a contract template is the best way to draft a contract, it can lead to serious legal problems. Thousands of parties enter into contracts that have been drafted using a template in lieu of a contract that has been drafted by an attorney.
Every entrepreneur needs to learn the basics of protecting their business venture.
The best time to hire a business attorney is right after you finish with your business plan and right before you start implementing it