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  • Do I Have to Pay My Summer Interns?
    • 23 Jul 2015
    • 7:09
    With summer well underway, many businesses are starting their summer internship programs. While some internships are paid, many are not. This post focuses on the risks to the employer associated with unpaid internships. Contrary to…
  • Where to Work as You Grow Your Business
    • 17 Jul 2015
    • 3:51
    Hi, I’am Sheryl Hunter, the Entrepreneur’s Attorney and I’m here with the Entrepreneur’s Legal Brief on where to work as you grow your business. Let’s talk first about phase one. Many an Entrepreneur has started…
  • A Reminder To Review Your Company Policies
    • 17 Jul 2015
    • 3:43
    I recently wrote about the case of Brandon Coats v. Dish Network in another blog about employers, drug testing, and medical marijuana. This article is not to discuss that case or medical marijuana, instead this…
  • Royalties v. Royalty-Free
    • 15 Jul 2015
    • 3:00
    Only “free” means actually free. Forgetting this will cost you. Every company website in this day and age comes with a blog. A hybrid word of “web” and “log,” where workers can share their wisdom,…
  • How to Select an Attorney for Your Business
    • 7 Jul 2015
    • 7:15
    Video Transcript Hi, I’m Sheryl Hunter, the Entrepreneur’s Attorney, and I am here with the Entrepreneur’s Legal Brief on how to select an Attorney for your small business. It’s a little like shopping for shoes.…
  • Employers Update on Medical Marijuana Laws
    • 7 Jul 2015
    • 3:14
    Last fall I wrote an article explaining how medical marijuana will impact the workplace should Florida vote to legalize marijuana in the upcoming election. Although receiving a majority vote amongst the Florida electorate, medical marijuana did…
  • How Much is Your Interest Rate? Understanding Florida Interest Rates
    • 26 Jun 2015
    • 5:43
    Lenders (banks, wealthy individuals, or corporations), make a profit from the interest they charge. Some lenders demand unfairly high interest rates that take advantage of the borrower; this act is called “Usury.” Usury is a…
  • Corporate vs. Personal Licenses: a Costly but Avoidable Mistake for Small Businesses 
    • 8 May 2015
    • 1:48
    By: Adam Hersh, Esquire Recently, many people watched what was built up to be the fight of the century, Mayweather vs. Pacquiao. This post isn’t to discuss the fight, but instead instead to educate you…
  • Does Your Business Have Curb Appeal?
    • 20 Apr 2015
    • 6:51
    By Jake Van Loon Let’s say you’re in the market for buying a house and you go to view one that looks appealing in the ad. How does it look on the inside? The outside?…
  • Dealing with a Bad Customer; Litigate or Cut Your Losses?
    • 21 Nov 2014
    • 9:00
    Bad customers are a reality in any business. Attorney Sheryl Hunter explains “these are the customers who do not pay you, who make unreasonable demands or unwarranted complaints, or who threaten to defame you and…