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Mindset of Startup Entrepreneurs vs. Those More Experienced: A Dallas Business Attorney’s Perspective

Dallas business law attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, compares the way an experienced entrepreneur views legal risks versus first-time entrepreneurs, and what the latter can learn from the former. Startup companies abound these days, and many of them bring some fantastic and innovative ideas to light. However, first-time

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Keeping Your Business Contracts Simple: A Fort Worth Business Lawyer Weighs In

Fort Worth business law attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, discusses why your contracts should be easy to understand, and how to get them that way. Many business contracts these days are so filled with “legal-ese” that they come across as gibberish to the average person. Since lawsuits so

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Choosing the Best Structure for Your New Dallas Business: A Dallas Business Lawyer’s Insights

Dallas business lawyer, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, talks about the different types of business structures in Texas and the legal implications of each. If you’re starting a new business in Dallas, selecting a legal structure may be one of the most important decisions you make. You can, of

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Plano Business Lawyer: More Insights about How to Classify the People Who Power Your Business

Plano business lawyer, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, talks about how to categorize employees in your Texas business. Classifying workers correctly as either “employees” or “independent contractors” comprises only part of your responsibility as a Texas business owner. You must also correctly determine whether your employees are “exempt” or “non-exempt”

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Dallas Business Attorney: Properly Classifying Texas Business Employees

Dallas business attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, offers insight about how to classify your employees to minimize drama and problems. The U.S. Department of Labor identifies the misclassification of employees as “one of the most serious problems facing affected workers, employers and the entire economy.” Businesses that make this

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A Texas Business Law Attorney’s Guide to Surviving a “Business Divorce” (Part 2)

Texas business law attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, talks in more depth about dissolving a Texas business partnership. You just discovered that your best friend from childhood (and business partner for decades) has been hiding assets in an offshore account. Or maybe you and your co-owner keep screaming

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A Dallas Business Law Attorney’s Guide to Surviving a “Business Divorce” (Part 1)

Dallas business law attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, shares what you need to know about ending an intimate (and potentially profitable) relationship the right way. We all hope it never happens, but occasionally good friends make bad business partners, causing a rift in the relationship. Alternatively, maybe you

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A Plano Business Attorney’s Quickstart Guide to Succession Planning (Part 2)

Plano business attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, offers insights about how to plan for the future of your company. When should you dream up a succession strategy for your business? The short answer is “sooner than later.” By the time you actually need to enact a plan, it

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Texas Business Succession Attorney’s Quickstart Guide to Planning (Part 1)

Texas business succession attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, discusses the importance of planning for the future of your company. A couple of years ago, CNBC released a poll with profoundly disturbing statistics. It found that nearly 80% of business owners planned to fund their retirements from their company, but

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Fort Worth Business Law Attorney Talks About Common Traps in Buy-Sell Agreements

Fort Worth business law attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, discusses missed opportunities and snares to avoid when crafting buy-sell agreements. When one co-owner leaves the business, whether by death, coercion or choice, your buy-sell agreement provides governance as to how company ownership transfers to the remaining owner(s) or

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