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Is your small business ready to handle a day in court?

Unless you're hiding a law degree somewhere, you'll probably be in the market for some professional legal advice sooner rather than later. To go along with the business-related complexities of entrepreneurship, the paperwork and legalese associated with starting a company will be enough to make your head spin. You'll need to tackle incorporation, intellectual property, even transactional paperwork before it's all said and done.
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