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Are You Purchasing an Asset or an Overpriced Snack?

The Right Trademark Is Worth More Than a $5000 Twinkie One of the most interesting stories of the past couple months is the way the public reacted to Hostess entering into bankruptcy. Once it was announced that Hostess would be closing its doors people began...

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Why Your Lawyer is the Mikey of Legal Apps

I'm Proud to Have My Peers Call Me Mikey You remember Mikey eating Life cereal, right? In this iconic 1970’s commercial (the one of the longest continuously running commercial campaigns of over 12 years), three brothers are eating breakfast. The older two...

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Holiday Cheers Without Legal Fears

Do Your Best To Keep Legal Troubles Off the Menu At Your Business Holiday Gatherings This time of year means holiday parties. Your business-sponsored holiday parties can bring you and your business colleagues together and boost morale for your workers. Unfortunately,...

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Why Your Trademark’s Sound is as Important as Its Looks

Beauty May Be in the Eye of the Beholder, But Your Trademark Could Be in the Ear of the Listener Many of us will be eating pecans one way or another tomorrow. It seems to be a staple of our Thanksgiving holiday—pecan pie, candied pecans, pecans mixed in sweet potato...

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Can You Deduct Your Turkey Day Travel Expenses?

Business Deduction or Personal Expense? I’m looking forward to one of my favorite holidays—Thanksgiving, a day of seemingly endless eating and self-induced “food coma” naps. From my Southern mom-in-law’s homemade cornbread stuffing to my best friend’s family recipe...

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Why LegalZoom is Like a Tomato?

Is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable? And what does it have to do with LegalZoom? As summer has drawn to a close so has the tomato season. At a recent cookout someone asked the question: “Is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable?” One of our guests smugly declares a tomato is...

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How Halloween Candy Could Affect Your Commercial Lease

Just in time for Halloween: The terrifying tale of how a business owner’s rights were determined by things like Halloween candy and canned tuna. An important option in your commercial lease is the “exclusive use” provision. This provision is an agreement by the...

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How to Get an EIN for FREE in Only 5 Minutes

Every business should have an EIN (IRS Employer Identification Number). If you have a corporation or LLC, it should have its own EIN for tax purposes. If you’re a sole proprietor, using an EIN means you won’t have to provide your social security number on W-9 forms....

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Why and How To Do a Texas Series LLC

Many business owners initially start as sole proprietors because it’s the easiest way for you to start a business.  All you have to do is file an assumed name (DBA) and you’re done.  If you started your business without registering with the State as some type of...

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