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Small Business Owners Flock to FindLaw

By Nicole Johnson, JD on March 14, 2011 9:48 AM

Did you know small business issues are one of our most popular legal topics on FindLaw? Sure, a lot of websites have small business news. but who else gives you legally relevant news and tips catered to the small business community?

Savvy business-minded people know that FindLaw does.

For anyone looking for tips to start a business, grow a business, or create jobs, here are the 3 Most Popular Small Business Issues found on FindLaw.com:

1. How do I start a business? Starting a business requires a lot of planning and thought. If you're looking to get a business off the ground, FindLaw's small business center has a wealth of information to get you going.

2. How do I handle employees? For many new business owners, dealing with employees can be a nightmare. From the hiring and firing and everything in between, business owners are searching for ways to manage their employees.

3. How can I protect my business name or product? Business owners hate it when a competitor steals an idea. Trademark laws protect business' "original works." While not required, trademark registration certainly has its advantages. It's like putting the world "on blast" that you own the business name or product.

These are just a few of the small business questions we see here at FindLaw. Of course, there are bound to be others. For more information, take a look at our Small Business Center, or our widely popular small business blog Free Enterprise.

Who knows? Maybe, just maybe, you'll be the next Mark Zuckerberg.

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