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Choosing a structure before starting your business

When you have defined your business idea, planned your strategy and secured a sufficient amount of funding, it's time to start looking into some of the practical details regarding starting your new business. By now you should have a good idea of the way you want your business to function, but it's important that you translate your vision into concrete decisions.

Important cybersecurity issues for small businesses

Cybersecurity can have major impacts on a small business’ long-term health. Cyberattacks are not just a concern for large companies. Businesses of any size can end up the target of such attacks. And the financial, operational and reputation damage such attacks can cause can be devastating for a small business.

Business law attorney can assist in business formation

Launching a startup business in Ohio is a process that requires an initial cash investment that will get the company started and operating without suffering the limitations of being cash poor. However, even when cash reserves are ample, the business can falter along the developmental track if certain other qualities do not exist.  Initially, the startup will benefit from the input of a business law attorney in establishing the best legal structure for the new entity.

Business law attorney can guide a startup in the right direction

Startup businesses are prevalent in Ohio and nationwide.  One model that some of them try to emulate is that of wildly successful Uber, the digital rideshare company. However, the right combination of factors must be present and sometimes the owner/founder of the company may make fatal mistakes that are antithetical to business success. It can help to have access to an experienced business law attorney as the company moves forward.

Business law protocols can help stop social engineering scams

Businesses in Ohio and nationwide are facing that time of the year when hackers may present a dire threat to the well-being of the enterprise. Tax season calls up the need for businesses to prepare and distribute W-2 forms. If hackers can get their hands on these forms, they can file fraudulent tax returns, pocket people's refunds and engage in other acts of identity theft. In business law parlance, the methods used by hackers to obtain this information is called social engineering.

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