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Claire Kalia gives advice on hiring an employee or engaging an independent contractor here: https://advisablelaw.com/articles/human-resources-101-the-employee-offer-letter

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Claire Kalia advises on corporate entity choice here: Tech Startup 101: Picking the Right Corporate Form

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In the current economy, many students and recent graduates who cannot find paid jobs have used unpaid internships as a way to improve their resumes and gain practical experience in a certain field.  Over the past couple months, however,...

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On June 26, 2013, the United States Supreme Court announced a landmark decision in the case of United States c. Windsor. The ruling struck down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), a law passed in 1996 that previously prohibited...

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If your business has flourished and become too big to manage alone, it might be time to hire your first employee. Hiring an employee can allow you to shift your focus from managing every aspect of the business to...

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Google’s new subscription music service has debuted to mostly rave reviews. The service, Google Play Music All Access, is the internet giant’s answer to already popular music streaming services such as Spotify, Pandora, and Rdio. In fact, most of...

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Now that the official start of summer is right around the corner, many people and families are looking to plan summer vacations. Technology has made planning vacations significantly easier, however the sheer amount of travel apps to choose from...

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Though historians debate whether stock trading began in ancient Rome or in 1602 with the Dutch East India Company, individuals have been trading stock in publicly owned corporations for a long time. It used to be that when you...

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When you are starting a small business, your to-do list often seems endless. Since many small business owners have limited knowledge of the law, legal issues facing your business may seem daunting. Furthermore, if you are starting a business,...

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Women in Technology Business: Struggles and Successes A recent 2012 study conducted by Harvey Nash, a British tech recruitment group, polled the Chief Information Officers of 450 companies, ranging from the highest profiting technology companies to small California start-ups. ...

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