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Month: July 2016

Tips on How to File a Business License in Nevada

If you are a new business owner in Nevada, you probably cannot wait to open your doors and start making money, but there are a few things to consider first. Nevada law requires that most businesses have a state license. You can file the paperwork yourself, but many...

Times When You May Need a Business Attorney

Even though you may want to handle many of your legal matters on your own, there are times when hiring a business attorney is necessary. A Las Vegas business lawyer might be able to help you determine the best course of action to take when dealing with certain...

Reading the Fine Print in Employment Contracts

If you are just beginning a career, or if you are returning to the workforce after a hiatus, then it can feel extremely gratifying to be hired. When it comes to looking over your employment contract, however, there is a good reason to read carefully. Two jobs that...

Using a Lawyer for Contracts in Las Vegas

A contract lawyer in Las Vegas can be a company's or business owner's reliable source of help with contracts. Employment contracts are especially important for companies that hire employees or contract workers in different locations. A lawyer's guidance can help...

What to Look for When Hiring a Business Lawyer

Hiring the right business formation lawyer is a crucial part in the initial stages of forming your business. A good business lawyer in Las Vegas will be able to handle all of the transaction paperwork and contracts that will need to be in place to get your business...

How to Tell If You Need a Business Lawyer

It is a question that every business owner faces at one time or another. When do you really need a business lawyer? You can do many things on your own, but there are times when a business lawyer is necessary.When a Corporation Is FormedWhen a corporation is formed, it...

Do You Need to Pay Your Employees Overtime?

Labor is typically one of the more costly line items in a small business' budget. As a business owner, you want to compensate your employees fairly and at a rate that is high enough to prevent them from seeking employment with one of your competitors. At the same...

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