Chris Brown is part startup attorney and part entrepreneur.
His firm, Venture Legal, works with various small businesses and startup companies in the Kansas City metro area. To say that Brown values the technology would be an understatement—rather, he sees it as a lifeline in which his firm operates. (more…)
According to the National Association of Women Business Owners, these entrepreneurs pay more than $264 billion in wages to more than 8 million employees, and their companies contribute more than $1.4 trillion in sales to the U.S. economy. (more…)
During its recent session, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision that many businesses applaud.
The case Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis dealt with the enforceability of certain arbitration agreements in federal court. The Court, in a 5-4 decision, held that under the Federal Arbitration Act, agreements providing for individualized arbitration proceedings are enforceable. (more…)
Entrepreneurs have only so much time and energy. Most of it is dedicated to doing whatever it takes to get their nascent ventures off the ground, including developing their products or services, pursuing capital and developing sales channels.(more…)
The excitement you experience when you form a new LLC can be exhilarating, but it also can be overwhelming. To help you maintain control, here are seven things you should consider doing after forming your LLC.(more…)
What started in July 2016 with Gretchen Carlson’s sexual harassment lawsuit against Fox News CEO Roger Ailes has snowballed over the last 18 months into hundreds of similar allegations against politicians, entertainers, media personalities and corporate executives.(more…)
Small business owners often exit their businesses through a sale of the company. Unfortunately, many companies suffer from poor exit planning, leaving sellers discouraged when they go to market.(more…)