Archive for February, 2012

Understanding The Negative Aspects of Your Business

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

As we have all come to understand in one-way or another the world we live in today is not perfect. Of course we are presented with more opportunities and equality today than that of our past generations the United States has seen it is still not in a state of harmony. From our economic hard times, to wars occurring on again and off again people are always coming to grasp with the idea that things are not always good, but can get bad sometimes. Just like the world we live in, businesses are not always in a perfect state of harmony, but have problems themselves.

Conflict is an aspect of life that no one aims to participate in on a day-to-day basis. We have to deal with conflicts with sensitivity, understanding, and logic in order to not only solve a problem that exists now, but that could also come down the road later in the business. When a business goes through its multiple processes it comes into contact with numerous other businesses, investors, and even consumers who impact the company in one way or another. So when a problem occurs you are seeking to not only help benefit each party that is associated with the issue, but also setting the stage for future agreements and problems.

When you send a notice that a contract has been breached by an individual or another company as well as when you have to send a cease and desist notification it is something that no one gets pleasure from. Before actually sending either letter you need to take a few factors into mind. One thing is the legal agreements and relation that you have with the other individual and whether or not it will impact their support and others similar to them in the future. Also, you need to make sure that when considering drafting and sending one of these letters that if the individual has any past links, contracts, and positive cooperation with the company or business in the past that they receive more of a priority in order to remain on good terms with.

Overall, your business is like an a child that has to be nursed, taken care of, and eventually set into the world to complete its task and purpose. Make sure that when your business is in the process of participating in their purpose that everything is taken into account from start to finish.

In this day in age you need an individual you can count on, and at the Law Offices of Thomas D. Reino you get what you see. For more information on business law, or to get business law legal council please contact us by either phone at 817.303.2133, or by fax at 972.264.0891.

Starting Your Business Up: Start To Finish

Friday, February 10th, 2012

Businesses today contribute greatly to our economy and employment. We rely on these businesses not only for the products that they sell and distribute, but also the opportunities it provides to hundreds upon thousands in order to actually get these products sold. A business is like a machine it needs many multiple parts and pieces in order to function. Just like a machine the smallest part of the machine can impact the overall function completely and have negative or adverse effects that impact the business short and long term. However, how much of an impact does your start up have to do with your overall business plans and future?

When starting a business up individuals usually have to decide as to whether or not it is a LLC or a corporation, which ultimately impacts the taxes of the company. However, some people also choose the avenue of being an incorporate due to the fact that it tends to draw in more and more investors as well as business capitalists in more than one way. When starting your business up it is always a great idea to seek the legal advice and consul of an experienced business lawyer to help make sure that your business is starting well off, and looking to the future with well off perspectives.

When an investor is considering investing their time, their energy, and ultimately their money in you and your business it is important to present all aspects to them including legal agreements that can help impact and benefit them and their needs in the future. An investor is always looking for a product, an individual, or business that they see will be successful in the future and when outlined properly will drive not one, but many investors over with a check in hand.

Although the purpose of the actual business is important it is very important to make sure that legal documents, legal matters, and anything that has to do with not only the business, but private investors and other agreements with business are drafted, read, and signed with ultimate clarity so that no party feels as if they are being left in the dark now and later.

In this day in age you need an individual you can count on, and at the Law Offices of Thomas D. Reino you get what you see. For more information on business law, or to get business law legal council please contact us by either phone at 817.303.2133, or by fax at 972.264.0891.