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Do. Deals. Better.

#DoneDeal Jackson Corporate Law, P.C.

    • Business
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Do. Deals. Better.

    Inadvertent Contract Modifications

    Inadvertent Contract Modifications

    Contracts are not set in stone. Although you may have initially negotiated and agreed on terms of a business relationship, those terms can be inadvertently, and unintentionally, modified based on the parties' course of dealings and/or subsequent oral representations. #DoneDeal

    • 9 min
    Employee Termination & Severance Agreements

    Employee Termination & Severance Agreements

    When firing an employee, there are certain steps that should be taken to protect the business from an post-termination claims, the most important of which is wrongful termination. #DoneDeal

    • 11 min
    Salesforce & Sex Trafficking: Vendor Liability for Client Actions

    Salesforce & Sex Trafficking: Vendor Liability for Client Actions

    The recent lawsuit against Salesforce highlights the importance of performing due diligence on clients and the possibility of being held culpable for the acts of your clients... Vendors beware. #DoneDeal

    • 6 min
    Taxation of Equity Awards

    Taxation of Equity Awards

    In most cases, awarding equity for services leads to a taxable event where the person receiving the equity must claim the fair market value of that equity as income. If you don't understand the triggers for this taxable event, or ways to avoid/minimizes upfront taxes, Uncle Sam may unpleasantly surprised you with a significant tax bill. #DoneDeal

    • 5 min
    Structuring Equity Incentives

    Structuring Equity Incentives

    Awarding equity in exchange for performance is a great way to both motivate employees/service providers and allow key personnel to share in the upside to scaling a business. Properly structuring these awards takes planning and intentionality. #DoneDeal

    • 10 min
    Avoiding Liability for Website Visitor Comments

    Avoiding Liability for Website Visitor Comments

    Allowing your website visitors to comment and converse on your site can get you sued unless you follow strict guidelines. #DoneDeal

    • 5 min

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