An in-depth guide to non-competes in Ohio
When starting a new business, creating a product, or building software, there are three essential documents you need to move forward responsibly.
What does an LLC really cover, and should you be using a service agreement, contract or other protection document as you engage clients, partners or employees?
Starting a Startup in Ohio? You’ve come to the right place. It’s no surprise that Cincinnati, Dayton and Columbus are becoming quite a hotbed of new startups.
Benefit corporations are for-profit businesses that formally and legally commit to act for public and environmental benefit.
Before you jump headfirst into business marriage, take a moment, breathe, and think through some of the ‘what if’ scenarios you might encounter.
Creating a startup business from the ground up is never an easy feat. It takes plenty of time, money and sometimes, a negative toll on your mind and body. However, thanks to modern technology and professional legal services, start-up businesses are now able to grow and run smoothly.
Planning for, or at least thinking through the potential split of a partner(s) is a critical responsibly that all founders must account for.
The Terms of Service, or Terms and Conditions is a legal tool used by digital entrepreneurs to explain and caveat the services and security they will be delivering to their clients.
Every small business owner should know the difference between a trademark, a registered trademark and a service mark.
Technology is changing at break-neck speed. Many of the tools we take for granted today, such as cell phones, look much different now than they did 10, 15, or even 20 years ago.
The Ohio Dormant Mineral Act allows landowners to reclaim an abandoned mineral interest in the property.
It's not uncommon for mineral owners to be contacted with oil leasing proposals regarding their oil and gas mineral interests.
2004 statutory changes require homeowners associations to establish and adequately fund their reserve accounts.