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COVID-19: Does Your Business Need a Waiver or Release for Customers and/or Employees?

Last Updated: No update. New article. The short answer is … it’s doubtful a waiver or release will protect your business from liability, unless you’re creating/following guidelines, enforcing guidelines, documenting incidents, and maintaining an incident log to prove you were following and enforcing guidelines. The longer answer is … We’re getting this question a lot, […]

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Creating a telehealth business during COVID-19

The Coronavirus and the need for self-quarantining have resulted in many therapists quickly moving their in-person office practice to online practices known as telehealth, telemental health, telebehavioral health, distance counseling, etc., which are relatively new modes of providing therapy. The switch to telehealth and the adaptability of therapists is important in providing continued mental health […]

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What is Strict Liability, and Should You Care?

Finger Pointing Strict liability is probably not a term you use in your business everyday, but it pays to be careful when it comes to liability. Especially since a few steps now can prevent a legal nightmare in the future. Strict liability basically means that the defendant is liable for some wrongdoing, even though the […]

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What is “Piercing the Corporate Veil” ?

LIABILITY Liability can be quite confusing to a small business. Do you know what you are personally liable for? What are the exceptions to liability? What is “piercing the corporate veil”? How can you protect yourself? Don’t get caught in the rain! Generally, the owners, directors and employees of companies (i.e. corporations and limited liabilities […]

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Sole Proprietorships

In our previous blog article about choosing a business entity, the first and simplest form of business on the “menu” was the “sole proprietorship.” Notice that we referred to this as a business “form” rather than an “entity.” That’s because the business is not an entity – it is YOU. As pointed out in the prior article, […]

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