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Types of Nonprofit Organizations

Many business executives are crossing over to the nonprofit world. Many want to leave the hustle and grind of the corporate arena to a more relaxed and laid back environment for the common good. Nonprofit organizations have no owners and their purposes are to serve the needs of a community or enhance the welfare of

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Types of Business Insurance

When starting a business, it is important to make sure you have the right types of insurance to cover unexpected incidents that may disrupt your business or cause you to lose money. Risk management solutions are a major part of a company’s overall success. Your business law attorney can help you create risk management strategies

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Funding Your Business

Most businesses fail because they do not have a way to secure adequate funding to start up or remain operational for long-term success. A well-versed business law attorney can help find various funding sources for your project. A good place to start would be learning more about angel investors, venture capitalists, and small business loans.

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Corporate Reorganization

Corporate reorganizations can occur after a takeover, buyout, merger, acquisition, ownership change, or any effort to save a struggling company. Corporate reorganization or restructuring happens in business for many different reasons. Many times, corporate reorganizations happen to increase profits, improve productivity or enhance efficiency in the company. Whatever the reasons are for a corporate reorganization,

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Strategic Management Plans

Business owners and executives desire to make sound and sensible decisions that will impact their companies in a positive way. They can only accomplish this through an effective strategic management plan. Strategic management involves accurately and honestly evaluating your business goals, plans, and objectives to produce profitable outcomes for you and your company. Your business

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Indemnification of Directors and Officers

A corporation can be liable for wrongful acts its directors or officers commit while performing their corporate obligations. Shareholders and outside parties can sue for injuries they received as a result of these careless acts or mistakes made by an officer or director. Many times, a director’s or an officer’s personal assets can be used

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Understanding a Breach of Contract

Contracts are a basic part of doing business. Business owners and entrepreneurs use contracts when they work with employees, partners, or contractors to ensure services are performed satisfactorily by all parties. Sometimes people in business do not always do what they are supposed to do to keep the business process flowing smoothly. In these cases,

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Officer and Director Indemnification

Corporate acts of malfeasance grab the public’s attention, particularly when well-known, publicly-traded companies are involved. Often we lay the blame at the feet of high-ranking company executives, who may or may not have been directly involved. What recourse do a company’s board of directors and officers have when sued for committing wrongful acts on the

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Why Keep a Corporate Minute Book?

One of the primary advantages to incorporating a business is that the corporate form protects the business owners from personal liability for the company’s debts and obligations. What some perceive as a disadvantage, however, are the record-keeping rules, particularly the legal requirement to keep a corporate minute book. In fact, a properly-kept minute book can

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Dissolving a Partnership in California

  A partnership is just one of the many forms a California business can take. But what do you do when you and your partners decide to close up shop and dissolve the partnership? Read on for guidance about winding up a California general partnership. What is a Partnership? Under California’s version of the Uniform

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