Whether you run a small business or are in charge of a large corporation, you may face various stressors on a daily basis. However, litigation can be incredibly difficult and your business may be targeted for any number of reasons. At Baker, Dublikar, Beck, Wiley & Mathews, our law firm knows how litigation can spell disaster for businesses across North Canton, Ohio. Whether you run a business which deals with construction, food service, finance, or any other industry, it is vital to take steps to minimize the impact of litigation.
Estate disputes arise for all sorts of reasons. In North Canton, and in other cities around the whole state of Ohio, some of these disputes occur because beneficiaries believe that their rights have been violated and they have been denied inheritance they were supposed to receive. At Baker, Dublikar, Beck, Wiley & Mathews, our law firm is aware of the other reasons these disagreements can arise, such as allegations that an executor violated his or her fiduciary duties, undue influence, and a plethora of other matters.
Recently, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources released data on oil and gas production in the state. The numbers point to strengthening natural gas production in the state.
Forming, organizing and strengthening a new business requires more than your financial savvy and entrepreneurship. It also requires you to persevere, be willing to take risks and develop strategic plans. Fortunately, if you are considering a business merger in Ohio, there are steps you can take to influence a successful outcome.
Starting up a business is a daunting task. We touched on this a bit in one previous post. Getting up and running isn't just a matter of flipping a switch. A lot of preparation is required and once the doors are open, you need to work to keep customers walking through that door.
Most things in life come with some amount of risk. We generally do a fairly good job of reducing risk and increasing safety, but accidents happen and there is no way to eliminate risk entirely. Sometimes, because of things outside of our control, even normal things like walking down a sidewalk can result in injuries.
Part of the American Dream is being your own boss. After years of working for other people and building your skills, you have finally decided to make that dream a reality. It is time for you to open your own contracting company. But, are you totally ready for the phones to start ringing and to put that open sign in the door? There are several things that you should consider before and during the start-up process.