Serving all 50 states with local offices in California, Florida, Illinois, Nebraska, New Mexico, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia.
 Call Us (888) 992-4952
  My Account        0 items -$0.00
Larry Donahue is an attorney and founder of Law 4 Small Business, P.C. He is licensed to practice law in Illinois, New Mexico and the US Patent and Trademark Office.

Why is there Tissue Paper in Law Office Conference Rooms?

Have you ever wondered why almost all law firm conference rooms have tissue paper centered in the middle of the conference room table? Our conference room is not too different from the one pictured (although our conference room is a bit higher-end).In a lawyers’ office, however, the tissue paper isn’t there to erase dry marker […]

Read more

What is Entity Conversion?

Have you talked to an accountant, CPA or even a fellow business owner, and that individual tells you “You need to be an S-Corp,” but you have a limited liability company (or LLC) and think you made a mistake in forming your LLC? Or, do you have “buyers remorse” over the previous formation of your […]

Read more

Beware of Interruptions by Important Vendors

Imagine this: You have an important vendor that produces an important product or service for your business, and you come to rely on that vendor to deliver regularly. Your ability to service your customers depends on this vendor, so if there’s an interruption by the vendor, it could not only jeopardize your ability to generate […]

Read more

Do I Need to Trademark My Name?

If you are going into business, do you need to trademark your company (or business) name, or the name of your products or services? The answer depends on a number of things, so there’s really no right or wrong answer, without examining the context of your business. How would you answer these questions? Is your […]

Read more

Copyright or Trademark? What the Difference?

I often get this question when folks are considering protecting either their brand name or some unique work product, and the individual asking the question doesn’t know how what to do next. Let me start with the definitions: Trademark: A “mark” that identifies a source for a particular good or service. The “mark” can consist […]

Read more

The New Texas Abortion Law Should Scare Us All

I’m not here trying to get into the abortion debate. As a business lawyer, as you might imagine, I have clients on both the far-left and far-right of the political spectrum, and I have a whole lot of other clients who are in the middle. We lawyers get paid to do two things, basically: keep […]

Read more

No, You Don’t Have a Right To Say Anything in a Review

I’m so sick and tired of dealing with people who wrap themselves in the American Flag, and then utter complete nonsense or worse, and really hurt small businesses with their outlandish and unfair reviews, claiming the First Amendment protects them from whatever they say. The fact of the matter is, the First Amendment protects freedom […]

Read more

1 2 3 28
top