Legal guide for starting & running a small business, Volume 2

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Nolo Press, 1997 - Business & Economics - 432 pages
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Most small businesses can't afford to hire a lawyer to draft the documents needed in the course of day-to-day business. This book affords the solution. It provides small business owners with more than 75 legal forms and documents they need to operate a successful business and step-by-step instructions for filling the forms out, including hiring employees, contracting for goods and services, protecting trade secrets, hiring independent contractors, borrowing money, leasing space, settling disputes, collecting unpaid bills and more.

All forms are provided on disk and as tear-outs.

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User Review  - NathanaelS - LibraryThing

This Nolo guide does a very good job explaining the legal issues most likely to confront a small business owner. It covers the formation of the business and the paperwork necessary to to get that done ... Read full review

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User Review  - FranklyMyDarling - LibraryThing

I have come across no better small business start-up resource than the 'Nolo Legal Guide for Starting & Running a Small Business'. Other readable books on the topic tend towards generality or fluff. This book answers your questions and the questions you didn't know you had. Read full review

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Steingold practices law.

Warner is the publisher and cofounder of Nolo Press. Deciding to make a career out of working to provide better legal services, he helped found what is now known as the self-help law movement.

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