How to Start a Business in New Jersey

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SphinxLegal, 2004 - Business & Economics - 206 pages
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Opening your own business can be difficult and even frightening. How to Start a Business in New Jersey makes the process seem easier and much less intimidating.
How to Start a Business in New Jersey will guide you through successfully forming and running your own new business. This book will help you understand state laws and statutes so you can avoid legal hassles along the way. There is an explanation of the various kinds of business you may want to form, along with an explanation of the benefits and problems that accompany each.
Written by attorneys, this book contains all the information you need to start your new dream business with little hassle or headache.
 

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Contents

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About the author (2004)

F. Clifford Gibbons received his J.D. from Penn State University, Dickinson School of Law. Mr. Gibbons is licensed to practice in New Jersey, where he also lectures on numerous legal topics, including family law.Rebecca A. DeSimone received her J.D. from Case Western Reserve University Law School. Ms. DeSimone is currently in private practice in Erie, Pennsylvania, and an adjunct professor in English and law at several area universities. Rebecca A. DeSimone received her BA from Colgate University and her JD from Case Western Reserve University Law School. She served as General Counsel for the National Coal Association in Washington, D.C. and as a partner in an Erie, PA law firm before opening her own practice in 1991. Ms. DeSimone is currently in private practice in Erie, Pennsylvania. Additionally, she has taught as an Adjunct Professor in English and Law at two Erie universities and serveson the boards of several charitable organizations. F. Clifford Gibbons received his JD from Penn State University, Dickinson School of Law. Mr. Gibbons is licensed to practice in New Jersey, where he also lectures on numerous legal topics, including family law.

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