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2-Minute Tip: Taking Your Business to the Next Level

Your business is growing and it’s time for you to take it to the next level with a storefront, better office space, or more employees. You know you need to take this step, but you’re not sure how to support it financially. In this week’s 2-minute tip, Tisha discusses...

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2-Minute Tip: Return of Entrepreneur’s Legal Digest

This week we’re celebrating the 30th anniversary of The Dark Knight Returns as well as the return of the Entrepreneur’s Legal Digest. The Legal Digest will only be available for a limited time. So click the button below to be notified when it becomes available....

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2-Minute Tip: Want To Sue Your Credit Card Company?

Have you ever wanted to sue a credit card company, bank, or lender, but realized you couldn’t because of the binding arbitration clause in your contract? That may be changing soon. Find out more in this week’s two-minute tip and learn how you can let your voice be...

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2-Minute Tip: Is Your Customer List a Trade Secret?

On average, it costs seven times as much to acquire a new customer as it does to sell to an existing one. By that measurement your customer list is certainly a valuable asset, but is it a trade secret? The definitive answer is – maybe. Find out what does and doesn’t...

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2-Minute Tip: Valuable Trade Secrets, Have Them You Do

In honor of Star Wars Day (May the 4th Be With You) this week’s two-minute tip explains proprietary information, trade secrets, and confidential information. All of these are valuable assets for your company. Don’t think they apply to you? Think again. Tisha breaks it...

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2-Minute Tip: Using Text Messages to Win Your Court Case

If you’re having a dispute with someone and communicating with them via text message, can those texts be used as evidence in a court of law? The answer is yes. . . and no. Text messages aren’t automatically admissible in court. Steps must be taken to properly preserve...

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