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What is the Difference between Fraud and Embezzlement?

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If you are in the process of hiring a lawyer, it is important to understand the difference between fraud and embezzlement. This knowledge can help you determine which type of lawyer is best suited to handle your case. In essence, fraud involves deceiving someone for financial gain whereas embezzlement is taking money from someone without their knowledge or consent. Let’s …

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What is Intellectual Property and Why You Need to Know About It?

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If you’re in the process of hiring a lawyer, chances are you’ve heard of intellectual property. But what exactly is it and why does it matter? In this blog post, we will discuss the basics of intellectual property and how it can help protect your business from potential litigation. What is Intellectual Property? Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of …

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The Benefits of Having a Good Contract

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Contracts are an essential part of any business. They provide clarity, security, and peace of mind for both parties in a transaction. A good contract can help protect you from liability and financial risk, while also helping you to realize potential opportunities. Here’s why having a good contract is so important to your business. Protecting Your Business With Legal Clarity …

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What a Litigation Attorney Can Do For You

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When it comes to legal matters, hiring the right lawyer is essential. If you’re in need of a lawyer, you may have heard of litigation attorneys and wondered what they are and what they can do for you. In this blog post, we’ll give you a brief overview of litigation attorneys and why they may be the right fit for …

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What Business Owners Need to Know About Creditor’s Rights

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As a business owner, it is important to understand creditor’s rights. This includes the rights of creditors when it comes to collecting debt from borrowers, and how this affects the obligations that borrowers have for paying back loans. Let’s dive into what you need to know about creditor’s rights. What Are Creditor’s Rights? Creditor’s rights are laws that govern how …

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What is an Anonymous LLC?

In Corporate Formation, LLC Formation, Startups by Larry DonahueLeave a Comment

An Anonymous LLC is a limited liability company (or LLC) that does not disclose ownership information at the Secretary of State’s Office where the LLC is filed. Such an entity provides the standard benefits that all LLC’s provide, but also provides additional security in the form of anonymity. Anonymity is important to land owners / landlords, abuse victims, politically active …

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LLC’s: What Are They and What Are Their Pros and Cons?

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Limited liability companies (LLCs) are popular due to their basic benefits of liability protection and are typically used by a company with two or more owners. LLCs protect the owners’ personal assets from losses, company debts, or court rulings against the company as long as the owners keep their debts and assets separate from the LLC. LLCs may also provide …

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What You Need To Know About Business in 2021

In Break-ups & Partnership Disputes, Business Tips, Business Transactions, Dispute Resolution, Fraud & Embezzelment, Legal Compliance, Litigation & Lawsuits, Partnerships by Larry DonahueLeave a Comment

Attorney Stephanie Schaeffer advises against “lazy” financial practices among managing members of multiple companies. Since joining BLSW earlier this year, I have worked several matters regarding business member disputes. Some of these disputes could have easily been resolved if the parties had documented their financial action or if they had documented the “deal” they had regarding purchasing membership interest. Still …