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March 2019 Archives

Know what documents you need to start your business

Whether it's a startup out in the garage or a mom-and-pop restaurant in town, if you are starting a small business, you will first need to draft and file some basic business documents. This is in addition to obtaining all necessary city, parish, state and federal licenses and permits to operate.

Commercial real estate issues may require legal assistance

Our blog has taken a look at some recent developments in the Baton Rouge area pertaining to commercial real estate. Although commercial real estate is often seen as a small part of a business's operations, it can, in fact, have enormous ramifications. Limitations on a property's use can hamstring a business's functionality, and exorbitant costs can threaten financial viability.

City-parish looking for contract with management company

Contract disputes can arise in a variety of contexts. Breach of contract matters may pertain to an employment contract, a commercial lease, or a standard agreement for the supplying of goods and services in exchange for cash. Regardless of the context, though, contract disputes can be costly, especially to those parties who are found in breach. These parties will face financial penalties as well as damage to their reputation and future business prospects.

Contract dispute? Consider legal assistance

We have discussed the importance of business contracts many times on this blog. These documents can define the way you do business, potentially affecting your business relationships for years to come. For this reason, it is imperative that you take a detailed-oriented approach when negotiating a contract with an eye on the long-term effects the agreement can have for you and your business. If you hastily enter into a contract without fully understanding its terms, or you acquiesce too much during negotiations, then you can find yourself with the short end of the stick. This can cost you and your business significantly.

Local commercial real estate deal worth $2.25 million

Commercial property can play a critical role in a business's financial viability and its ability to expand. Because these properties can be quite costly, even when leased, it is imperative that business owners carefully consider how to handle commercial property transactions to ensure they are entering into agreements that further their and their business's best interests.

Louisiana cancer center merging with cancer center in Mississippi

Businesses in the Baton Rouge area are constantly looking for ways to grow. In many instances this is the best way to increase profits. Simply opening up new locations is one way to go about expanding, but another option is to engage in mergers and acquisitions. By doing so, a business can broaden its consumer base, reduce costs and even solidify supply chains.

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