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New Mexico Registered Agent by Business Lawyers

Business Correspondence Building Blocks

Hiring a competent New Mexico Registered Agent is a very important component of starting a business. One of the very first tasks, when thinking about how to start a business, whether a limited liability company (LLC), or any form of company corporation, is to pick a registered agent in the state (or states) you want […]

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Sony PlayStation Network Hack: A lesson for all of us

Within a few months, one of the world’s most outlandish hacker attacks seems to almost be forgotten. It was just a few short months ago, when Sony faced a security breach that opened the eyes of people around the world. Their PlayStation Network (PSN) and their paid-for music-streaming service, Qriocity, had been hacked sometime between April […]

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Tips for successfully joining a partnership

In a previous blog post, I talked about how Not Incorporating is Risky Business, which was directed at the sole proprietor and why they should consider incorporating their business. Suppose, however, you’re considering signing up as a partner into a pre-existing company, such as a partnership, limited liability corporation (or LLC), or S-Corporation? Is there […]

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What do the R-symbol and the TM symbol mean?

A couple of months ago, I wrote a blog article entitled Trademarks: Delay can cost you, which went into some detail on the intricacies of trademark law. As a trademark attorney and small-business lawyer, I took it for granted that most people know the difference between the (R) symbol and the TM symbol, but later […]

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Moving Beyond Brick-and-Mortar: The Presentation

Thank you to those who attended our presentation this Monday, April 18th, 2011! The Presentation If you attended our free seminar this Monday, you learned about basic steps you can take to reduce legal, financial and reputation risks. We hoped you enjoyed the seminar, and we will be hosting more seminars in the very near […]

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Free Seminar Announcement: Moving beyond brick-and-mortar …

Free seminar for business leaders! Moving beyond brick-and-mortar: clearing the legal hurdles for doing business on the Internet. Overview Many businesses are allured with the hope of revenues earned from doing business on the Internet, but concerned about the time, effort and complexity involved in getting their legal house in order. Significant misconceptions about litigation, […]

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Consistency: The key ingredient in any magic sauce

In my previous blog post, I talked about how Evergreen Clauses should be avoided in your contracts. In this article, I talk about another thing to avoid in your contracts: inconsistency. Interesting, though, is that consistency is a critical business attribute that is required in more than just contracts. I had an interesting experience with […]

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Press Release: Law 4 Small Business …

Online Researching Business

Law 4 Small Business opens up in New Mexico, a law firm with advice and help tailored and priced specifically for small businesses ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico, February 25, 2011 — In these rough economic times, businesses of all sizes and types need help and advice from attorneys, to help protect them from potentially costly mistakes. […]

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Contract Tip: Avoid Evergreen Clauses

Buy or Sell a Business

If you’re interested in Evergreen Clauses, you should consider L4SB’s flat-rate contract review. Only $20/page (minimum 5 pages). In my previous blog post, Not incorporating is risky business, I suggested everyone in business for themselves should incorporate their business. This article will be helpful for anyone, whether they are incorporated or not. It is the […]

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Not Incorporating is Risky Business

If you’re operating an unincorporated business, you’re spending more in taxes and you’re exposing yourself to liability. The U.S. Census Bureau says that in the U.S. in 2007, there were 23M “nonfarm proprietorships,” 3M partnerships, and 5.8M corporations, respectively, as measured by the number of tax returns filed. This means a whopping 4 out of […]

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