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DBA vs. LLC or .INC: What artist, producer, & a soon to be famous person need to know
This article is an overview of the differences between a sole proprietorship and other incorporated business forms, and addresses how to organize a business under a "Doing Business As" ("d/b/a").
Regulation A+ Lawyers
Regulation A+’s new rules provide investors with more investment choices and issuers with more capital raising options during their going public transactions. Some confusion has arisen about whether SEC qualification of a Regulation A+ offering will result in the assignment of a stock ticker or...
How Can Regulation A+ Be Used By Small Companies To Go Public Without A Reverse Merger?
Regulation A+ offerings can be used in combination with direct public offerings and initial public offerings as part of a going public transaction.
Dissolution Litigation Risks: Once started, it is hard to stop
Disputes over ownership, governance, and control of a business can lead to Dissolution litigation that will have unexpected consequences.
Are strippers entitled to minimum wage?
The dancers at Tattletales, the same one immortalized in the Motley Crue song, Girls, Girls, Girls, in Atlanta, Georgia are seeking to be paid minimum wage pursuant to the Fair Labor Standards Act.
are salaried employees entitled to overtime
So your boss has handed you big promotion. He has made you a manager and has agreed to pay you a salary. After awhile you realize that your pay is about the same. You do the same job that you performed prior to the promotion.
The Importance of Uninsured Motorist Coverage
How to best protect yourself in case you get into a car collision with an uninsured or underinsured driver.
Changes to Employment Agreements in Georgia
Article discussing changes to the law regarding employment contracts in Georgia, which went into effect in 2011.
Quality Employees: Finding and Hiring Them
Various tips and advice on how to retain quality employees for your business
No Written Contract? No Problem!
Dispelling the myth that all contracts must be in writing, and explaining the types of contracts that do and do not require that the contract be in writing.
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