Advising Metropreneurial Legal Insights

Metropreneurial Legal Insights

The Ohio Supreme court has once again weighed in on the process of minimizing your company’s real estate taxes. The Court reemphasized the sales price as the best evidence in valuing commercial property for real estate tax purposes. This...
Hiring new employees is a major investment for any business, large or small. When you hire a new employee, you understandably want to do your due diligence and find out as much as you can about your applicant. You...
Just like people, businesses run into bullies in a variety of contexts, including various situations. By bully, we don’t mean the key customer on which your business may be quite dependent, or a true high liability risk situation, but...
Historically, many employers have had policies stating that employees could not record conversations they had at work. Historically, your lawyers likely would have blessed such a policy, as you are unlikely to speak as freely and openly with employees...
Small business owners often get the pitch from various news outlets, accountants, and even legal counsel that one of the most economical ways to run a business is to classify your workers as independent contractors. It’s true you don’t have...
These days, you no longer need to put pen to paper to sign a contract. Both federal and Ohio law allow many types of agreements to be electronically signed on a computer or smart phone screen by either typing...
Now that Donald Trump has been elected president, it is time to predict how his policies will affect American businesses and their employees. This is not easy because he has not spoken in much detail about the specifics of...
There are a million and one things to think about when launching a new business− from employees, partners, suppliers, lenders and investors to just making a product that works and that people want to use. It can be tempting...