Metropreneurial Legal Insights

Metropreneurial Legal Insights

Sooner or later, it will happen.  For some businesses, through a combination of skill and luck, it may be years before it does. But even if you work hard to comply with all of your legal obligations –and most...
This space has covered when new companies need a lawyer. The next question is what qualities you want in a lawyer. While different companies' legal needs vary greatly, there are qualities it seems all organizations– big or small, new...
At this time of year, businesses often revise their employment policies to be consistent with new laws that frequently go into effect at the beginning of a new year. While Ohio does not have any significant new employment laws...
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...
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...
Few entrepreneurs in 2014 expect all of their employees to sit in a fixed office space 40 hours per week. Rent is expensive, and businesses can slash overhead if they do not need to provide employees with full-time work...
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...
The current presidential race has made one thing clear: both major party candidates want to champion stemming the tide of manufacturing jobs leaving the U.S. for other countries. The candidates have gone so far as to attempt to publicly shame...

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