Complete Idiot's Guide to Law for Small Business Owners

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Alpha Books, 2000 - Business & Economics - 369 pages
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This book is for anyone who needs easy-to-understand legal advice for owning or running a business. The guide gives small business owners and managers a legal overview of topics such as partnerships, sole proprietorships, corporations, hiring and firing of employees, leasing commercial space, and implementing e-commerce. It helps them to understand the legal implication of each topic and to know what questions to ask their regular attorney. Topics also include franchises, trademarks, patents, collections, taxes and bankruptcy, as well as dealing with lawsuits, selling your business, and including your business in your estate.

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Maple is an associate professor and director of the Legal Assistant Program in the School of Business at the University of Indianapolis. A law professor since 1975, he also maintains an active private practice specializing in small businesses.

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