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How to Start a Startup: A Business Checklist

Posted on May 5, 2020
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Do you have a great idea for a business? So do many other people, but not every great idea becomes a viable business. Building a solid foundation for your company is a great way to make your startup stand apart from all the others. Our Redwood City business attorney has some ideas that may help. … Continue reading

What Do You Need to Know About Coronavirus Relief Loans

Posted on April 15, 2020
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The Coronavirus hit small businesses hard. As stay-at-home orders tighten across the state, small businesses face an uncertain future. Some have already shut their doors forever. Others struggle daily to remain afloat. If you own a small business in California, you may have new options to help you weather the COVID-19 pandemic. Small businesses can … Continue reading

How to Protect Your Business From the Coronavirus Outbreak

Posted on March 26, 2020
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Recently, health officials announced the presence of Coronavirus in all 50 states. In an effort to contain the virus, health and safety experts urge individuals to avoid gatherings of more than ten people. As such, businesses across the country have begun closing their doors to help control the spread of the virus. Nordstroms, Macy’s, Apple … Continue reading

Does My Business Have Intellectual Property That I Don’t Know About?

Posted on March 24, 2020
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The growth of your business is a sign of success and an indicator of a bright future. This achievement doesn’t mean that you should let your guard down and ignore the risk of leaving your success unguarded. New threats to your company are on the horizon as your consumer base grows and public exposure expands. … Continue reading

Five Essential Steps to Protecting a Trademark

Posted on February 24, 2020
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Your business depends on protecting your assets and intellectual property. That’s why businesses employ trademarks to help create a brand. This brand clearly marks your business and will become synonymous with your services, products, and reputation. When someone takes advantage of your creative work and abuses your trademark, it can have disastrous consequences. As such, … Continue reading

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