Tag Archives: Businesses

Planning for Start-Up Businesses, Yacht Rental Example

New businesses may not be immediately profitable.  To help mitigate the financial risk, many businesses are started by workers who have a day job.  If the business is not immediately profitable it can help the owner finance the business if … Continue reading

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New L.A. Bud Businesses Can’t Ignore Legal Snares

A marijuana business expo is now in its fifth year in L.A., with NBC-4 defining it as an event for cannabis growers, entrepreneurs, investors, doctors and users to gather, network and collaborate. As California is poised to become one of … Continue reading

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Businesses Have Good Alternatives to Status Quo In Legal Services — Recent Moves by The Big 4 (Part 2 of 3)

To summarize some of the positive alternatives that the Big 4 accounting firms offer U.S. business owners and executives in legal services, I’ve chosen the writings of a trusted guide — Lucy Endel Bassli. In these writings she’s described how … Continue reading

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Five Examples How GDPR Affects US Small Businesses

Size has no bearing on an organization’s GDPR compliance obligations. GDPR requires process and technology changes across many functional areas. UpCounsel attorney Michael Witt shows five ways how GDPR affects small businesses in the US. Read more detail on Recent … Continue reading

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What Marijuana Businesses Need to Know About Recalls

Two recent cannabis product recalls have some marijuana businesses concerned about such scenarios becoming a widespread issue, particularly with more stringent testing regulations recently becoming mandatory. According to a report from Marijuana Business Daily, though, several testing labs have said … Continue reading

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