Imagine waking up to find out that everything you had invested with a major brokerage firm was gone. On top of that, your investments failed so badly that you actually owe money.
As a small business owner, you naturally want to promote your products or services as much as possible -- but you need to also keep in mind the limitations you are under.
Is your business in a legal dispute with someone? Depending on the nature of the dispute -- and your desire to resolve the issue quietly and quickly -- you may want to consider hiring a private judge.
"Native" ads are designed to fit right into a social media feed in a way that enhances the viewer's experience, rather than detracting from it. Unfortunately, some companies have gone too far in their efforts to disguise paid-for content as something organic.
In business, just like other areas of life, if something sounds too good to be true, it usually is.
It's become increasingly common to put mandatory arbitration clauses in all kinds of consumer contracts, from cellphones to gift card sales.
The newest obstacle that's keeping employees from finding better jobs in their own field is a twist on the noncompete agreement.
These days, a lot of tech businesses rely on proprietary information and designs to thrive -- which means it is increasingly important to keep whatever intellectual property you have from falling into the wrong hands.
When you and your partners operate a business together, you all have a legal obligation to act in the company's best interests -- that's your fiduciary duty.
Every business owner wants to avoid entanglements with unscrupulous partners, employees or associates. If you make a mistake, your misplaced trust can end up destroying everything you've worked so hard to build.