Tag: The Michael Kim Law Firm

Modifying business contracts

In any business environment, there can be changes in current events and circumstance that give rise to the need to update business contracts. For example, there could be a change in law or policy that requires updates to the language used in the contracts you negotiate with new customers and employees. Likewise, changes may prompt […]

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Withdrawing from a business partnership

The best time to prepare for the end of a business partnership is at the beginning of the relationship. There are a variety of situations in which new partners are added to a business. When partners launch a business from its inception, it is easier to determine individual rights and assets, than when partners are […]

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Hiring and terminating employees

A group of employees are like a family in many small or closely held businesses. There employers and employees work best when people trust one another. While some say, trust is earned and easily broken, others take the stance that what can be trusted best is a culture where people do not be in a […]

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Avoiding exposure to business litigation

True or false: The value of a business litigation attorney is whether they can keep you out of being sued and going to court. Any business owner who has been through the trenches of litigation and the disruption it can cause to business will most likely answer, true. While many people think of great business […]

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Ericha Ramsey Brown makes partner

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DALLAS – The Michael Kim Law Firm, PLLC, in Dallas, Texas, known as MKim Legal, recently named attorney Ericha Ramsey Brown as a partner. Ms. Brown has worked as an attorney with the firm since May 2015. Founding attorney, Michael Kim, stated about Ericha Ramsey Brown’s promotion to being a partner in MKim […]

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Tips for observing corporate formalities

When we incorporate our businesses, we must be cautions and make sure to maintain the legally required corporate formalities. Observing formalities protects representatives, shareholders, officers and directors with specific obligations. Corporate obligations are documented and may be subject to a request to produce those documents for a variety of reasons related to law and business. […]

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Rent home income: A business opportunity

Residential real estate is an easy business to get into when you have or acquire rental properties. There are a variety of reasons people make the decision to rent a home instead of selling. When home prices fall in a buyer’s market it can make sense to keep your property and rent it out instead […]

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