Employment Law with Wake Forest Law Clinic

As businesses grow, they will need to add workers. Making the decision to add a worker is often an early, and important, step in business growth. It is important to classify the worker correctly, that is, treat them as an employee or contractor. It is also important to take care of the business' information and avoid misunderstandings about the workers role, term of employment and other details. This seminar will cover how employees and contractors are defined, the use of employment contracts, and liability issues, including workers compensation.


Employment Law with Wake Forest University Law School

As businesses grow, they will need to add workers. Making the decision to add a worker is often an early and important step in business growth. It is important to classify the worker correctly, that is, treat them as an employee or contractor. It is also important to take care of the business' information and avoid misunderstandings about the workers' role, terms of employment and other details. This seminar will cover how employees and contractors are defined, the use of employment contracts, and liability issues, including worker's compensation.


What's in a Name? Choosing a Brand you can Trademark

Partnership with Univ of Arkansas Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law, Business Innovations Clinic This workshop will provide a basic understanding of trademarks and their importance to business brands. We will provide details as to how to select a company name and logo that will qualify for trademark registration, how to register a trademark, and how to maintain a trademark.

 


Small Business Webinar – Contracts

Contracts become a part of most businesses. Work orders, purchase agreements, and employment contracts are some of the most common contracts used by small businesses. This seminar will provide an overview of how to create effective contracts and how to use them appropriately. Because contracts can be most important when someone fails to deliver on a promise, we will also look at how contracts are enforced and arbitration.


Choosing a Legal Structure for Your Business

Businesses operate in one of several forms, such as a sole proprietorship, corporation or a limited liability company. In this seminar the group will explore the differences between these forms, how to organize your business as a corporation or LLC, and the benefits (and drawbacks) of doing so.