Category: Corporate Governance

Protect Your Business by Adding Restrictive Covenants to Your Employment Agreements

Employment agreements are a vital tool for laying out the specific terms and conditions of the employment relationship, so your employees and contractors understand exactly what’s expected of them while working for you. But employee agreements can also be used to prevent workers from harming your company after they leave your employment. Whenever an employee [..]

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5 Best Practices For Complying With Your LLC’s Administrative Formalities

Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) are a popular business entity with many entrepreneurs. Like corporations, LLCs offer valuable personal liability protection for their owners. Unlike corporations, however, LLCs aren’t required to adhere to the same burdensome record-keeping requirements and other corporate formalities corporations must follow. That said, while the administrative requirements for an LLC are far [..]

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5 Reasons You Need Standard Operating Procedures

Standard operating procedures (SOPs) are detailed instructions describing the procedures for carrying out recurring business tasks. At first, creating SOPs for your company’s processes might not seem very important. After all, if it’s just you and a couple other people doing all the work, creating step-by-step instructions for each key task might seem like a [..]

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Cutting Corners With Contracts Can Cost You

Running a company is a massive responsibility, so putting a lot of thought and effort into your contracts might be pretty low on your list of priorities. But giving short shrift to your legal agreements can cost you big time—and in more ways than one. In order to save time and money, you may be [..]

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Should Your LLC Hold Annual Member Meetings and Keep Minutes?

Should Your LLC Hold Annual Member Meetings and Keep Minutes?   Many entrepreneurs structure their businesses as limited liability companies (LLC) because like corporations, LLCs offer personal liability protection for their owners. But unlike corporations, LLCs are not legally required to adhere to many of the same corporate formalities required of corporations. Given that LLCs [..]

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