Owning a business, and most importantly staying in business, is challenging. There are many questions that come up when business owners start their venture — Do I need a lawyer? Do I need an accountant? What about taxes and business licenses? How do I negotiate for credit? Aiken Schenk attorney Lamar Hawkins discuss ways to keep your company out of bankruptcy.
Wondering about the ins and outs of building a business from the ground up? Aiken Schenk attorney Austin Kurtz and Rudiment designer Anthony Ferrara will answer questions you may have about the process.
By Lamar Hawkins
A former business bankruptcy client called the other day. Her company successfully emerged from Chapter 11 much stronger than when they first met with me several years ago. But the process of bankruptcy taught her that when a company has value, creditors get paid.
Four years ago today, a historic Arizona ruling was made in favor of same-sex marriage. For years, same-sex marriage was banned in Arizona and other parts of the United States, but with the help of Aiken Schenk and many determined community members, the discriminatory ban on same-sex marriage was lifted in 2014.
Aiken Schenk employment attorney Burr Shields discusses his practice, which includes representing individuals in disputes with employers, representing individuals in front of boards that regulate their licenses, and more.
Deciding whether to jump aboard the LLC bandwagon is one of the most important decisions you will make when starting your business. Aiken Schenk attorneys Joe Schenk and Phil Rupprecht will answer any questions you may have about your startup.
Bring your questions about mediation and arbitration to this informative session. Aiken Schenk attorneys have represented business owners and investors in a variety of high-stakes business disputes.
It’s a common scene: you are involved in a car accident, and the ensuing litigation is at the discovery phase. Your deposition is scheduled to be taken. You’re slightly nervous – not wanting to say the “wrong” thing.
For most, the first deposition anyone experiences in their life is a very stressful experience. They are similarly paranoid about saying the “wrong” thing. A little understanding goes a long way, so that your first deposition need not be any more stressful than, say, your first colonoscopy.
Owning a business, and most importantly staying in business, is challenging. Aiken Schenk bankruptcy attorneys Heather Macre and Lamar Hawkins discuss critical things to do with your company to keep you out of bankruptcy.
Are you covered? Insurance can be complicated and tricky. Learn how to avoid common mistakes made when businesses and individuals sign up for insurance coverage.
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