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Sunday, December 28, 2014
Jerrick Abille
Manufacturers must negotiate tight margins, rising costs, global competition and the territorial barriers of local and national taxes and international treaties. The market intelligence and legal knowledge of Bennett Jones allows our manufacturing clients to manage the outside influences and maintain a commercially viable business. We advise clients in regard to:
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Idea Fit Blog
Are you considering entering retail & consumer industry? If yes, then your best bet is buying a retail & consumer business. Investing in an already established company has many great advantages because someone else has already done lots of work to open the retail store, market it and to build a consumer base. Here are 4 legal steps to successfully acquiring a retail & consumer business.Investigate About Location Lease Terms
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Bell Doress's Blog
If you have been involved in an accident and been injured as a result, you will understand the stress and worry this can cause. It’s not only the physical injuries sustained, but also the worry it can cause, especially if it leads to financial troubles through loss of income. If you are involved in accident which was caused by someone else, you may be able to make a claim for compensation. In order to do this, you need to choose an accident claims company who will help ensure you have the best possible chance of success with your claim.
Monday, May 05, 2014 • Chicago, IL 60610
Health and Fitness Law Blog
One of the first questions new clients ask me when forming a new fitness business is whether or not they should form as an LLC or an S-Corporation. These two types of entities are selected by more than 90% of my clients because each is tax favorable to the business owner (both entities have flow through taxation, meaning, the business does not pay tax – but instead the earnings of the business flow through to the member’s/shareholder’s personal tax return where taxes are ultimately paid).

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