Unpaid internship opportunities can be great for interns and employers — assuming they don’t violate the Department of Labor guidelines.
Don't derail your new business by overlooking something as simple as a trademark search.
Legally, there's a lot to do when starting a company -- so make sure you know how to protect both your business and yourself. From hiring the right lawyer to choosing a business structure, doing your legal due diligence upfront can save you serious cash (and a pile of paperwork, too!).
Do you really need a legal agreement for every business relationship you enter into? Lawyer Rachel Rodgers offers her insights.
Co-founders and “partners” beware: without a formal agreement, you may not have the same rights to your company’s future that you think you do.
Working with family members — whether they’re the boss or you are — can lead to some sticky office situations. Fifteen founders weigh in on how to deal (or how to avoid it altogether).