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Don’t Let a Partnership Dispute Destroy Your Business

Business partnerships are usually started with a shared vision and the best of intentions, and the goal of blending talents and resources to make a profit. The expectation is that partners will act honorably and for the good of the business.

Tricks of the Trade, Part 1: Avoiding Trade Secret Misappropriation Allegations

Chances are, if you are starting your own company, you aren’t going to be a newcomer to whichever industry category your new business falls within.  After years of managing hotels, you found the perfect location to convert into your own bed and breakfast.  After working as a mechanic at a dealership for a decade, you decide to go independent and open your own auto repair shop.  After cooking in the kitchens of several well-known franchises, you are starting your own restaurant.  But are you essentially stealing the “tricks of the trade” you may have picked up at your last place of employment when you open up your own shop?

Tips for New Entrepreneurs: Forming a Business Entity

Entrepreneurs opening up a new business will quickly run into the challenges that face small business owners on a daily basis.  The Griswold Law Blog will be posting a series of articles intended to address some of the obstacles that come along with running your own business.

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