Category Archives: Your Team

Are You Ready to Increase Your Office Staff… Without Employees?

Are You Ready to Increase Your Office Staff… Without Employees? I reached a point in my law practice a number…

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Your ‘Contractor’ Might Be an Employee

The amount of control you have over your workers affects their legal definition. Entrepreneurs continually face an age-old conundrum: You…

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An Independent Contractor By Any Other Name . . . .

In light of our just-celebrated Labor Day, I thought I’€™d share a little something about the dangerous games that small…

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The Perfect Agreement?

When entrepreneurs start their businesses, they have a number of “Holy Grails” in mind. One of them is being able…

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When Is A Freelancer an Independent Business?

Ummm, virtually all of the time . . . ! However, they tend to operate as sole proprietorships, which has…

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How Small Businesses Misuse Summer Interns

The official start of summer will soon arrive, and with it, millions of high school and college-age students available to…

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Get It in Writing to Prevent IP Theft

If you do business on a handshake, don’t be surprised if the price is an arm and a leg. You’re…

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The Fairy Tale Nature of the Perfect 1-Page Agreement

Unless you’re working with microscopic font sizes, if you’re involved in a transaction of any consequence (and by that I…

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Create an Environment for High Performance

The word “motivate” means “to stimulate towards action.”  I emphasize towards because too often, we hear of stories where it’s…

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Independent Contractors are Raising Red Flags

It’s no secret that governments (Federal, state and local) are strapped for cash. One of the ways they’re seeking to…

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