In Business & Profiting in Midcoast Maine
business law tips from Camden Maine business lawyer
“because your business is your estate”
Whether dissolving your business is a happy or sad occasion, it should be handled thoroughly. Failing to wrap up all loose ends can lead to years of frustration and possible litigation with former employees, vendors, and partners. We’d be happy to help you wrap things up and move on to your next venture.
A well-drafted employee handbook for your Maine business is essential not only to set out your company’s policies and establish expectations but also to protect your business from potentially costly litigation.
I Need To Hire Someone for My Business; What Do I Need To Know? Jesse Bifulco, Attorney, Camden Maine The goal of most businesses is to grow – at least somewhat. However, in order to grow or to be able to step away from the business for a personal life,...
Do I Need A Partner Agreement in Midcoast Maine? Buy Sale and Cross Purchase: How to Avoid Losing When Your Business or Your Partner Changes?
Business Law Do I Need A Partner Agreement in Midcoast Maine? Buy Sale and Cross Purchase: How to Avoid Losing When Your Business or Your Partner Changes? Jesse Bifulco, business law Attorney, serving midcoast Maine, including Camden, Rockport, Rockland, Thomaston,...
Maine Business Owners Need to Know 1099 Contractor or Employee? Is Your Independent Contractor Gonna Cost You Big in Fines?
LABOR & EMPLOYMENT 1099 Independent Contractor vs Employee Jesse Bifulco, Attorney, Camden Maine August 2018 As the old saying goes, “if it walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, it’s a duck.” But when do you know if your worker is an independent contractor?...
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