Human Resources 101: Breaks and Overtime (Nevada and Federal Laws)

Human Resources 101: Breaks and Overtime (Nevada and Federal Laws) 07/14/20180 Comments This post was written by Megan McDonald, the Office Manager at Connor & Connor PLLC. Like many small businesses, Connor & Connor PLLC spent the first few years of its existence without Human Resources professionals to oversee the minutiae of managing employees. As [...]

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Blockchain Technology and Decentralization in Nevada

Blockchain Technology and Decentralization in Nevada 03/14/20180 Comments In America, cash is centralized, meaning it is in the control of a single authority: the Federal Reserve. The Federal Reserve prints money and oversees the reserves of banks throughout the country. Because of this, any transaction a person makes directly or indirectly goes through the centralized [...]

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Forming an LLC in Nevada

Forming an LLC in Nevada 02/19/20180 Comments Forming a business in Nevada can be a detail-oriented process and getting it right the first time is critical to avoid a lot of headaches and issues in the future. There are a number of different types of business entities available in Nevada, and the first thing you’ll [...]

By |2019-09-10T16:27:30-07:00February 19th, 2018|Business Law|0 Comments

C Corporation vs. S Corporation: How to Incorporate a New Business

C Corporation vs. S Corporation: How to Incorporate a New Business When a new business decides to incorporate there are some things to decide early in the process. One of the issues a company needs to consider is whether or not to file an entity as an S corporation as opposed to a standard C [...]

By |2019-09-10T17:05:12-07:00May 25th, 2017|Business Law|0 Comments

Protecting Your Business From Divorce

Protecting Your Business From Divorce Divorces have many consequences, but they ideally should not disrupt the operations of what is otherwise a successful business. Hundreds of thousands of dollars can be at stake in a business, especially when factoring in employee salaries, vendor contracts, company equity, contributions to the local economy, and more. To prevent [...]

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Benefits of Hiring a Land Use Attorney

Benefits of Hiring a Land Use Attorney Many people do not think about land use law in their day-to-day activities, but a land use attorney can provide critical benefits during key times in your life. These services are especially beneficial to small business owners when they want to invest in a new property or adjust [...]

By |2019-09-10T17:10:56-07:00March 30th, 2017|Business Law|0 Comments

How Does a Nonprofit Business Differ From Other Businesses

How Does a Nonprofit Business Differ From Other Businesses Nevada law recognizes several types of business entities. Some of the most common are limited liability companies, corporations and partnerships. Each entity has certain advantages and disadvantages with regard to its formation, taxation and protections. Nevada also allows for the formation of nonprofit entities. Generally a [...]

By |2019-09-10T17:19:13-07:00December 15th, 2016|Business Law|0 Comments

So You Want to Start a Business in Nevada: Now What?

So You Want to Start a Business in Nevada: Now What? An often over-looked area of Nevada law is the formation of businesses. However, if you are looking to start a business in Nevada, it is important to know the difference between the types of business entities. Nevada recognizes several types of businesses, including S-Corporations, [...]

By |2019-09-10T17:21:00-07:00October 20th, 2016|Business Law|0 Comments

Finding Funding for Your New Business

Finding Funding for Your New Business One of the biggest hurdles the aspiring entrepreneur faces is where to get the money to open a new business. Ideas, business plans and solid policies are only half the story. You need that ever elusive startup capital to get up and running in the first place. It can [...]

By |2019-09-10T17:22:25-07:00July 15th, 2016|Business Law|0 Comments