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Michelle DelMar, Esq.
 
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Michelle DelMar, Esq.

Business Lawyer, Trademark Lawyer and Executive Contract Lawyer

Michelle L. DelMar, Esq.

Michelle L. DelMar, Esq.
Michelle DelMar, Esq., formerly, Michelle Grenier, represents businesses and executives concerning contracts, corporations and trademarks and more. Unique aspects of Michelle's practice include International Business Contracts, Corporations and Subsidiaries and Trademark Registration.
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International Business Agreements

Posted by Michelle L. DelMar, Esq. Jan 15, 2016 11:31:06 AM

International Business Agreements

    International transactions are so common these days, that many businesses do not realize that they need an Attorney experienced in the international arena, to assist them with their International Agreements. While the general subject matter of International Agreements is similar to domestic agreements, there are some important distinctions.

Tags: Strategies from Small Business Lawyer and Trademar, Contracts, Corporations and LLC'S What Business Owners Should, What are Trademarks, International Business Law

Corporations and LLC'S What Business Owners Should Know

Posted by Michelle L. DelMar, Esq. Jan 15, 2016 11:18:44 AM

Corporations and Limited Liability Companies
WHAT BUSINESS OWNERS SHOULD KNOW!

Tags: Strategies from Small Business Lawyer and Trademar, Contracts, Corporations and LLC'S What Business Owners Should, What are Trademarks

Franchise Versus Licensing

Posted by Michelle L. DelMar, Esq. Jan 14, 2016 2:42:02 PM

Franchise versus Licensing Questionnaire

      The following is a list of some important issues related to Franchising versus Licensing:

Tags: Strategies from Small Business Lawyer and Trademar, Contracts, Corporations and LLC'S What Business Owners Should, Difference between Franchise vs License, What are Trademarks

Employer Compliance

Posted by Michelle L. DelMar, Esq. Jan 14, 2016 2:21:26 PM

Employer Compliance

If you are starting a business or operating one, assure that if you hire workers, that you comply with both State and Federal laws.

Tags: Strategies from Small Business Lawyer and Trademar, Contracts, Corporations and LLC'S What Business Owners Should, Employer Compliance, What are Trademarks

Copyright Registration Checklist

Posted by Michelle L. DelMar, Esq. Jan 14, 2016 1:57:41 PM

Copyright Registration Checklist

You will need the  following information with regard to the work for which you will request copyright registration.

Tags: Strategies from Small Business Lawyer and Trademar, Contracts, Corporations and LLC'S What Business Owners Should, What are Trademarks

Independent Contractor or Employee

Posted by Michelle L. DelMar, Esq. Jan 14, 2016 1:52:05 PM

Independent Contractor or Employee

As a business owner, it is essential that you correctly determine whether individuals providing services to your company are employees or independent contractors. Generally, you are responsible for withholding of  income taxes, withholding and payment of Social Security and Medicare taxes, and payment of unemployment tax on wages paid to an employee. Where the service provider is an independent contractor, you generally are not responsible for withholding or paying any taxes on the payments provided to the independent contractors.

Tags: Independent Contractor or Employee, Strategies from Small Business Lawyer and Trademar, Contracts, Corporations and LLC'S What Business Owners Should, What are Trademarks

Understanding the Commercial Lease

Posted by Michelle L. DelMar, Esq. Jan 14, 2016 12:48:38 PM

Understanding the Commercial Lease

Business people should know that certain rights that are available to residential tenants are not available to commercial tenants.  Commercial tenants are presumed to be sophisticated and not requiring as much protection from the law. Also, Landlord's typically have the leverage in the commercial lease deal, so it is even more important that the commercial tenant take steps to protect its interests.

Tags: Strategies from Small Business Lawyer and Trademar, Understanding the Commercial Lease, Contracts, Corporations and LLC'S What Business Owners Should, What are Trademarks

Collaboration Agreement and Joint Venture Agreement

Posted by Michelle L. DelMar, Esq. Jan 14, 2016 12:34:40 PM

Before collaborating, consider that absent a well-drafted, comprehensive, Collaboration Agreement, your investment will be at substantial risk.  Here are some important issues that should be addressed in a well drafted Collaboration Agreement.

Tags: Joint Venture Agreement Checklist, Strategies from Small Business Lawyer and Trademar, Contracts, Corporations and LLC'S What Business Owners Should, What are Trademarks

Collaboration Agreement Checklist

Posted by Michelle L. DelMar, Esq. Jan 14, 2016 12:19:01 PM

Collaboration Agreement Checklist

Before collaborating, consider that absent a well-drafted, comprehensive, Collaboration Agreement, your investment will be at substantial risk.  Here are some important issues that should be addressed in a well drafted Collaboration Agreement.

Tags: Joint Venture Agreement Checklist, Strategies from Small Business Lawyer and Trademar, Contracts, Corporations and LLC'S What Business Owners Should, What are Trademarks

Building a Business

Posted by Michelle L. DelMar, Esq. Jan 14, 2016 12:13:58 PM

BUILDING A BUSINESS IS LIKE BUILDING A HOME.

Building a business is like building a home.  You would not use drywall to support a home, because it would not survive the elements (rain, storm, etc.) and would result in a loss of substantial investment.  Similarly, contracts are support beams for businesses.  If you don't utilize solid comprehensive business contracts, the business investment is at substantial risk.

Tags: Strategies from Small Business Lawyer and Trademar, Contracts, Corporations and LLC'S What Business Owners Should, What are Trademarks