Almost every person or business that seeks to occupy space in another’s building will enter into a contract, known as a lease, with the owner of the building. Because commercial leases are typically in effect for a relatively long period, the lease is a dynamic document that has very real day to day implications. Each lease provision defines various aspects of the landlord/tenant relationship, but which ones are of most significance to the tenant?
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Did you know that federal law limits the ways in which almost anyone can place calls or send text messages to residential and wireless telephone numbers – even when they are not engaged in marketing? This article highlights the importance, and the difficulty, of complying with the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) when using automatic dialing equipment—which may include any smartphone.
Are you using criminal background checks as part of your hiring process? If so, your use of them is subject to federal law. We can show you how to avoid some common – and dangerous – pitfalls when using background checks to safeguard your business.
Most prudent businesses today carry standard insurance coverages to protect against risks and liabilities arising out of the conduct of their business. However, if your company provides technology-related products and services, there are some additional insurance options your business should consider to protect itself against the unique risks facing forward-thinking companies today.