Can You Cancel a Contract if you based your decision on information you later found out was false? Yes. Even if you’ve passed a grace period or no grace period is given? Yes. While it is ideal for both parties to a contract are acting in good faith and providing accurate information, there are times… Read More If the Contract is Based on False Information, Can I cancel it?
I have really been blessed in the recent months with invitations to speak to groups of people. I just recently spoke at Arkansas Tech to the Engineering students graduating in May. The topic of discussion was Patents, Trademarks, and Copyright Infringement. I explained that I am not a Patent Attorney, but I would speak to… Read More How To Determine If Your Business Name Confuses People
Hey, Super Small Business Owners! I hope all is going well as we finish up January 2018. This is just a reminder—and please note that I will NOT be reminding you of all your tax deadlines! Wednesday, January 31, 2018 is the due date for Form 940: Employer’s Annual Federal Unemployment (FUTA) Tax Return, and… Read More Super Small Businesses: IRS Form 940 and 941 Now Due
During the interview and hiring process, managers may have the urge to boast or exaggerate about the opportunities and benefits of being a part of the company. Many business owners and managers “puff up” their company to encourage a great applicant to accept an employment offer. If you are going to do this, you… Read More Don’t Make Promises When Hiring
I thought I would take the time to answer a question I was asked earlier in the week. I’m guessing that most business owners would have their own way of answering this. Throughout the years, I have incorporated different methods and strategies to try and get more out of my workday. As a long-time business… Read More 3 Strategies I Use to Make the Most of Your Workday?
I’m really excited to report that Liberty-Ellington Law and Mediation is going better than expected. As many of you know I was a little concerned with opening a practice in a small town because all of my previous businesses were started in large to super large cities. (Albuquerque, Denver, Dallas). But I did not let… Read More Legal Practice Update
I am super excited to announce that I will be speaking at the Arkansas Tech Small Business and Technology Development Center on Wednesday, September 20, 2017. Check out full details at: 5LegalIssues_092017
As a business owner, it is important to be a lifelong learner. I am constantly reading about the topics that are important to me. Unfortunately, (or not) I do not spend much time on fiction books. Business and law are my dreams and reality! With technology and strategy changing so fast, it is important… Read More 5 Business Books I’m Reading (or Just Finished)
Are you ready for the dog days of summer? For some, the summer means lying around the pool with unlimited lemonade and an umbrella overhead with a convenient misting system. For others, it’s business as usual! If your concerned about how the summer is going to impact your business, plan ahead and make the summer… Read More Get Your Business Ready for Summer