Metropreneurial Legal Insights

Metropreneurial Legal Insights

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...
When it comes to employment law, Ohio is not as progressive as many other states, and it sometimes takes several years for change to come to Ohio. While this is not always ideal for employees, it has...
As anybody who follows the purchasing of legal services knows – and as any businessperson who does not should know – the topic of the last decade is reducing legal costs, particularly the potentially crippling costs of litigation. This...
As we turn full speed into 2018, there is no better time to be renewing our focus on those things we know are good for us, but that slip in the press of business and life. Entrepreneurs by nature...
How much is your company paying in commercial real estate taxes? Historically, if you had a recent sale of the property, the county auditor would solely rely on the sales price for calculating value and would not consider any...
Most readers of this online column conduct business extensively over the Internet. Customers are contacted, contracts are negotiated, transaction records are stored, and employees are hired, fired and promoted all via electronic communications on the web. Order histories, credit card...
What cyber risks is your company exposed to and what insurance options are available? How much of your customers’ or clients’ personal financial or health information is stored in electronic form in your company’s computer systems? As you collect more...
To most businesses, it would make no sense to trademark an offensive slogan. After all, why would you narrow your customer base by intentionally insulting or disparaging a subset of consumers? Of course, in today’s polarized climate, some businesses...

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