6 Construction Law Issues, Without the Legalese!

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This article is the first of a six-part construction series focusing on issues most pertinent to construction, development and real estate companies. However, all of the issues discussed, especially the one below, may have significant relevance across multiple industries. If you have questions about anything noted in this article or any of our other articles,… Read more »

Tips for Choosing the Right Business Attorney

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by Mitesh J. Patel, Principal, MJ Patel Law Group How much time and effort do you put into hiring a new employee? Between writing the job description, reviewing resumes, interviewing candidates and discussing your options internally, it adds up to quite a bit of time, right? So how much time and energy did you put… Read more »

Business Continuity Planning, Part 4

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In my last post, I discussed ways to prepare for the loss of your key talent as an owner. Today, I will focus on how to prepare your company for the loss of employees and customers in response to your death. LOSS OF EMPLOYEES AND CUSTOMERS Problem: Sole Owner Company A common and natural consequence… Read more »

Business Continuity Planning, Part 3

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In my last post, I discussed a ways to prepare for a company’s loss of financial resources. Today, I will focus on how to prepare your company for the loss of your key talent. LOSS OF KEY TALENT – YOU Problem: Sole Owner Company Your death likely has the same impact upon your business as… Read more »

Business Continuity Planning, Part 2

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In my last post, I discussed business ownership continuity. Today, I will focus on what happens if your company loses financial resources and how to plan for that event should it happen. COMPANY’S LOSS OF FINANCIAL RESOURCES Problem: Sole Owner Company Sole owners typically give little thought to the loss of financial resources (represented by… Read more »