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Piercing the Corporate Veil

The so-called corporate veil is the legal designation of a limited liability company (LLC). The LLC designation is what offers business owners protection from legal responsibility for the company. When the corporate veil is not intact, business owners can end up having to use their own assets to pay for their business’s legal expenses. How […]

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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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Is Crying at Work Appropriate?

Crying at work is a topic that has come up a lot recently. Workplaces are changing and employees want to feel like they can behave in a “genuine” fashion when interacting with coworkers and customers. As you can imagine, there are varying schools of thought about whether crying is appropriate for the workplace and how […]

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The Rise of the Gig Economy

Uber and Lyft have changed the face of traditional transportation systems, making it easier for people to hop a ride almost anywhere and, in some cases, live without owning a car. The growth of Lyft and Uber has coincided with the rise of the gig economy, which focuses on hiring independent contractors and freelancers instead […]

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Ask A Lawyer with Ian Alden

In our third installment of “Ask a Lawyer” we featured questions from Ian Alden. [Read it here: Ask A Lawyer with Ian Alden] Since his admission to the State Bar of NM in 2015, he has represented individuals and small business clients in a wide variety of matters ranging from personal injury and civil rights […]

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Ask A Lawyer

Providing answers to real questions. Real life stories and real life answers; That’s what we look for when providing legal advice. Hypothetical situations are just that… hypothetical. We want to be able to point people in the right direction based on the situations they run in to on a daily basis. That’s why Slingshot started […]

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Law 4 Small Business Merges with Business Law Southwest

On July 1st, 2017, Law 4 Small Business, P.C. (L4SB) merged with Business Law Southwest, LLC (BLSW), forming one of the largest, more progressive, business-focused law firms in the southwest United States. L4SB has been dedicated to the needs of small business owners since its inception in 2011, focused on providing low-cost and flat-rate legal […]

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Can non-US residents form an Anonymous LLC in the US?

We receive this question from many non-US residents interested in doing business in the US, but hoping for some level of anonymity. The answer to this question is the same whether interested in a “standard LLC” or an Anonymous LLC: Yes, non-US residents can own and form LLC’s in the US, whether anonymous or otherwise. […]

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Proper Copyright Licensing is Important

Driving to work the other day, I happened to find myself driving behind the truck you see above. Apparently owned (or contracted) by an exterminating company called Manzano Pest Management of Albuquerque, NM. What caught my eye, was the clever little cartoon of the stone-age character pounding little critters with his hammer. Very appropriate for […]

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Boilerplate Matters in Contracts

I’ve been running into a lot of contracts disputes lately where a party’s rights were potentially affected by missing boilerplate provisions.  Boilerplate generally refers to language that is reused from one contract to the next.  It usually has little to do with the substance of the contract.  It is easy to ignore.  But when it matters, […]

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