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We are a law firm in Richmond , Virginia located two miles from Virginia’s Capitol, home to the oldest assembly of elected representatives in North America and in the heart of Central Virginia. Though we are 100 miles south Washington D.C., Dunlap Law practices business law in Virginia and D.C., with counsel on international trade or federal law issues such as trademark, copyright, and data privacy/cybersecurity security offered to businesses nationwide.
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The Confidentiality Clause Curse: Should Your Professional Services Contract include a Confidentiality Clause?
Attorneys have an ethical duty to protect their clients’ confidential information under the law, but most professional services providers are not automatically bound to do the same. One way the parties to a professional services contract can manage the risks accompanying the necessary access to sensitive information is to address them in a confidentiality statement.
This post will help you think through six of the most basic questions that you’ve got to answer before you start your business.1. What Will Each Person Contribute to the Business? 2. Will Your Rights In Your Business Be Proportional to the Contribution to the Business? 3. What If One of You Wants to Resign? 4. Whether or Not You Need a Prohibition Against Engaging in Competing Business Activities. 5. Who Will Manage the LLC?
6. Can a New Member Join the LLC?
This post taps the collective experiences of Tricia Dunlap (business attorney and CEO of Dunlap Law PLC) and Brian Chandler (PR expert and CEO of Commonwealth Public Relations). Tips For Workplace Safety, COVID-19, and Dealing With Employee Pushback Like every business owner, the first months of the pandemic rocked your foundation. Now, six months in,