Legal Guide for Starting and Running a Small Business (Paperback)
by Fred S. Steingold (Author), Ilona M. Bray (Editor)
Clearly explains the practical and legal information you need to raise start-up money, choose between a sole proprietorship, partnership, LLC or corporation, get licenses and permits, and cope with financial problems.
While it cannot eliminate all need for a flesh-and-blood lawyer, attorney Fred Steingold’s Legal Guide for Starting and Running a Small Business does the next best thing by offering a clear and concise path around many of the legal pitfalls encountered regularly by today’s entrepreneur.
Most entrepreneurs can’t afford to call their lawyer every time a legal question comes up. This book an effective solution.
This is the nuts-and-bolts guide to starting and running a small business that no business owner should be without. It provides clear, plain-English explanations of the laws that affect businesses every day, without costing a fortune in legal fees.
About the Author
Attorney Fred S. Steingold practices law in Ann Arbor, Michigan. An expert on small business law, he represents and advises many small businesses and frequently leads seminars on how to start and run small businesses. His monthly column, The Legal Advisor, is carried by trade publications around the country.