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What Is a Land Lord’s Lien?

Most commercial leases include a Land Lord’s Lien Clause and many business owners don’t understand that magnitude of it. A Land Lord’s Lien is generally a clause written into a lease. What the clause does is allow a Land Lord to keep the property within a leased space should the tenant default on the payment […]

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Why Can’t I Just Terminate My Lease?

Wanting out of your commercial lease does not mean you can get out. Needing to terminate a commercial lease comes up often, and especially now with the current situation in the world. The bottom line is, commercial leases are governed primarily and solely by the lease itself, unlike residential tenants who enjoy certain protections under […]

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What is an Advocate?

An Advocate is someone who works on behalf of another person.  People in need of advocates are usually members of a population that may have significant challenges or roadblocks to resources, understanding or navigation within the legal system.   Common Types of Populations That Benefit from Advocate Help: Children  Abuse victims Poor Disabled Victims of crimes […]

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Can You Fire An Employee For Being Racist?

As an employer, it is well within your rights to terminate employees for essentially exercising very poor judgement, exposing and embarrassing themselves and, by proxy, the company they work for. Michael Henkel, Lisa Alexander, Robert Larkins and Amy Cooper. Do their names sound familiar? Chances are you may recognize these folks less by their names […]

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Employees Lying on LinkedIn. Should Employers Care?

More and more often I find myself sitting, mouth agape, absolutely mesmerized by what I find when looking at the LinkedIn profiles of people I am familiar with.  Specifically, their self-stated and fully fictitious resumes, experience, and education.  Social media, by its nature, is deceptive.  (Have you looked at the pictures on Instagram and Facebook […]

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How to Handle a Reference Call On The Employee You Fired.

Consider the notion that no good deed or lapse in professionalism usually goes unpunished. Is there anything more dreaded for a business owner or manager than to have to put up with and eventually terminate a bad employee? Maybe. How about the uncomfortable reference check or inquiry regarding your old problematic employee? The situation gets […]

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Does LLC Status Shield Business Owners from Personal Liability Lawsuits?

Many business owners mistakenly believe that they cannot be held personally liable for actions that were committed by or through their company.  Although setting up your business as a separate legal entity is definitely a good way to separate the liability of your business for the liability of the individual owner, such as yourself, it does […]

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Stay In The Game During COVID-19!

Staying in business during COVID-19 can be “complicated” Law 4 Small Business and ESPN Radio 101.7 The Team joined forces yesterday to answer questions and offer advice for those of you trying to navigate your businesses through the rough seas of “Stay at Home” orders. Larry Donahue, Partner at Law 4 Small Business and Vanesa […]

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How to Get Disaster Relief Small Business Loans From The SBA

There are 2 PROGRAMS that make up the CARES Act. Make sure you know the difference. The two programs that make up the CARES Act are The Paycheck Protection Program and The COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan.  They are two different loan programs and you apply for each one differently…. and yes, your businesses can […]

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