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Avoiding Legal Trouble

Friday, March 05, 2010
Posted by Molly Nelson - I think it's fair to say that most small business owners want to avoid legal trouble if possible.  While using social media to promote your business and bringing on an intern or two can seem fairly innocuous, check out these posts from Entrepreneur and Small Biz Survival to make sure you're not doing things that can turn into a liability for your business.

If you still have questions after reading these posts, the attorneys at Legal Club may be able to help

[Protect Yourself: Social Media and Legal Liability, Are unpaid internships legal]


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