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Therapists’ Duty to Warn

In therapy, a strong therapeutic alliance between the therapist and client is central for clients to feel comfortable opening up about all kinds of personal challenges. In fact, the therapeutic alliance is often identified as the most important factor determining client success in therapy. The therapists’ protection of client confidentially—basically what is said in the […]

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New Mexico Living: Vanesa Lewinger

Vanesa Lewinger is a Human Resources Advisor for Law 4 Small Business and she helps business owners when HR issues that arise. Examples of some of these issues are Policy and Procedure Handbooks (creating or updating), Dealing with Toxic Employees, Employee Files, I-9 Audits, EEOC Complaints. She was invited to come speak on local television […]

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The 5 Most Common Lawsuits Filed Against Small Business Owners.

Is your business doing all it can to avoid these types of lawsuits? I recently did some research into the most common lawsuits that are filed against small business owners.  What I see coming across my desk here at the L4SB office matches what is happening across the country.  Article after article, case after case […]

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Fiduciary Liabilities – Yes, You DO Have Them

Introduction: At L4SB, we’re blessed to have many great clients in many industries. Some of our clients serve the business-to-business market, just as L4SB does. When appropriate, we may permit a client to publish a blog article, if we feel the information is relevant and helpful to our website audience and clients. The following article […]

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Fiduciary Liabilities & Company Sponsored Retirement Plans

Introduction: At L4SB, we’re blessed to have many great clients in many industries. Some of our clients serve the business-to-business market, just as L4SB does. When appropriate, we may permit a client to publish a blog article, if we feel the information is relevant and helpful to our website audience and clients. The following article […]

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What is Consideration in Contract Law?

In previous blog articles, we talked about Exceptions That Can Void A Contract and How to Get Out of a Contract. Both of these articles touch on a very important aspect of contract law that is often overlooked by small business owners: Consideration. Definition Consideration under contract law is defined as a bargained for exchange […]

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