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New Wave of Entrepreneurs: FindLaw's Got Your Back

By Stephanie Rabiner, Esq. on April 11, 2011 6:46 AM

With startups at a 15-year high and growing monthly, it's clear that unemployed Americans are responding to the struggling economy by creating jobs of their own.

At over 4 million monthly visitors, FindLaw.com is the number one legal information website, giving it a unique view of just what this new wave of entrepreneurs and established small business owners are looking for.

Dedicated to its small business community, FindLaw is taking this data into consideration and doing a little growing of its own.

In response to the surge in startups, FindLaw has been dedicating its resources to bulking up and expanding its Small Business Center, which is the most visited practice area on the site to date.

As a result of a large percentage of its users seeking information on articles of incorporation and limited liability companies, FindLaw's content team has spent considerable time updating the site's core content, including Starting a Business and its related section, Starting a Business: First Steps.

We here at Free Enterprise are also taking cues from our readers, whose numbers have also taken off in recent months.

Not only are we dedicating our time to answering questions about employment law, tax, intellectual property and personal injury, we have started directing more content at those of you setting out to start your first business or grow the one you already have.

We've recently covered opportunities for small business grants and government funding, the newly created startup visa program, and developments in Internet advertising law.

In short, FindLaw is committed to helping you make the most of your business ventures during these trying times.

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