Advising Businesses | - Part 7


Houston, Texas



  • A non-disclosure agreement, or NDA, is a type of contract[1]¬†that prevents one or more parties from disclosing information to a third party. NDAs can be unilateral, meaning that one party shares information and the other party is prohibited from disclosing it, or bilateral, which means that both parties are prevented from sharing disclosed information with […]

  • Having a limited liability company (LLC)1 can be extremely beneficial for business owners in many ways. One such benefit is that owners have the ability to use their LLC to protect their assets. Unlike a sole proprietorship or a partnership, an LLC is a completely separate legal entity from its owners. For this reason, creditors […]

  • When you have intellectual property that is important to your business, it is imperative that you put in place certain legal protections to prevent wrongful and harmful misappropriation of that property. The most common protections include copyrights, trademarks, and patents.[1]¬†Another perhaps lesser known type of intellectual property protection that can be highly beneficial for a […]

  • When you start a business, one of the most important decisions you will make is what to name your company. A carefully chosen business name is imperative to build an identifiable brand and also to avoid any legal disputes. While many people may think that simply having a catchy name is enough, there are many […]

  • There comes a time for many business owners when they cannot handle the workload and they need to hire someone to help. Hiring employees can be exciting as it is often a sign of growth, however, employing even one person will trigger a wide range of legal issues that must be addressed. The following are […]

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