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Cyber Holiday Sale- All Week Long!

25% off site wide* 1 Free Year of Registered Agent Service with Purchase of Anonymous LLC L4SB is helping you get ready for the holidays all week long. Enter CYBER2020! at checkout to unlock the savings. Form a company. Register a trademark. Consult with a business attorney. Consult with a tax attorney. Consult with a […]

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Your Business Can Afford Dedicated Human Resource Professionals!

Business Correspondence Building Blocks

25% off L4SB’s HR Packaged Solutions Starts Now! Starting a new company? Purchasing an existing company? Need help navigating COVID-19 issues? Problem Employee? Outdated or non-existent company policies? Need help with compliance, employee files or other HR housekeeping issues? This is the day you free yourself of HR issues and get back to focusing on […]

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COVID-19 Public Health Orders: What they mean for your business

UPDATE: Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has ordered a two-week shelter-in-place to begin Monday, November 16, 2020. During that time, all non-essential businesses have been ordered to close, other businesses have been ordered to reduce capacity, and restaurants have been restricted to take-out and curbside service only. Click here to view the November 13, 2020 Public […]

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Top 5 Legal Mistakes: Common Pitfalls that Can (and Do) Destroy a Business

Read full article here Larry Donahue, Partner and Founder of Law 4 Small Business was featured in the November 2, 2020 edition of The Albuquerque Business First. In the article Larry outlines the Top 5 Legal Mistakes owners make that have the potential to ruin their businesses. Law 4 Small Business, P.C. (L4SB). A little […]

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Listen To The COVID-19 Small Business Resiliency Workshop- Now!

Small Business Resiliency Virtual Workshop was held October 27, 2020 On October 27th, the New Mexico Tourism Department partnered with New Mexico’s Small Business Development Center Network and Law 4 Small Business to host a FREE virtual workshop designed to assist New Mexico’s small tourism businesses in forecasting the most beneficial outcome for their business and related assets in response to […]

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Business Horror Stories: Curse of the Aggressive Lawyer

Beware what financial danger lurks when you ask your lawyer to be “More Aggressive” with your case! There are many ways to pursue a dispute, with aggressiveness on one end of the spectrum and collaboration on the other end of the spectrum. It is understandable, due to the personal nature of any dispute, that the […]

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Office Space Post COVID-19

Office space was already evolving prior to the pandemic of 2020. Now its set to change again in ways no one could have predicted less than a year ago. Office space was changing pre- COVID 19.  Cubicles had given way to wall-less open spaces and communal work areas.  Now, the inspired “collaborative” office layout that […]

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How to Market Your Business with Photos and Images Without Encountering Copyright Issues

So you’ve set up your business and the next step is to market it! A picture may be worth a 1,000 words . . .  and it can also be worth a lot of money if it results in a copyright lawsuit! So, how do you engage your audience and get customers interested with captivating […]

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The Great Monkey Beer Trademark Dispute

Trademark disputes are common in the craft beer industry.  The abundance of craft beers all over the country results in similarly-named breweries and beers quite often.  While obtaining a federal trademark is usually a good idea if you are selling and advertising your beer/brewery in more than one state, this abundance of breweries results in […]

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When Is It A Gift and When Is It Just A Loan?

It happens all of the time. Relationships, whether romantic or friendship, come to an end. In many cases, if the relationship was long, property and money were most likely exchanged. Dividing up the assets after a break up can be a difficult if not confusing task. Regardless of any sentiments or promises that may have […]

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