Contracts – What Are They Good For?

Contracts, the bedrock for business since the dawn of civilization but what are they good for? Something we generally take for granted in our modern business environment, contracts are ubiquitous in every business relationship in nearly every country in the world. Even with contracts I am sure many of our readers have experienced failed business[…]

4 Steps You Can Take Right Now to Protect Your Business

4 Steps You Can Take Right Now to Protect Your Business      We get lots of questions on some simple steps to help protect a client’s business. Taking a few simple steps to shore up your protections can go a long way in reducing your business risks. Here are the most common steps I’ve recommended recently[…]

What is a Liquidated Damages Clause?

What is a Liquidated Damages Clause?      When reviewing or drafting contracts the little known liquidated damages clause comes up often in negotiations and internal discussions. Many times even experienced business persons are not completely familiar with the purpose and function of a proper liquidated damages clause. To better understand what a liquidated damages clause function[…]

2016: Advice from the Experts

2016: Advice from the Experts      The new year is always an exciting time for businesses and entrepreneurs. A time to fully reflect on the progress or setbacks of the last year and begin planning for how to make this year your best. Reidel Law Firm always endeavors to give our clients and friends the best[…]

How to Sign a Contract as an LLC

How to Sign a Contract as an LLC      One of the primary reasons to form a Limited Liability Company (LLC) is to protect your personal assets from the business creditors. A member of an LLC is only liable for the investment amount into the business, his personal assets are generally not reachable by business creditors.[…]