How to Start a Business in North Carolinaby Jacqueline D. Stanley, Mark Warda
A new chapter on legal issues and the Internet and state laws covering intellectual property have
This new edition contains expanded coverage on employment law as it relates to the hiring and firing procedures in North Carolina. Information on the changes in state laws as they relate to advertising and promotion, specifically regarding refunds, has been added.
A new chapter on legal issues and the Internet and state laws covering intellectual property have been aded. A section entitled "Further Reference" helps the new business owner begin his/her own library of basic help and advice for the new venture.
Appendices offer a tax timetable and easy-to-use, blank, tear-out forms with instructions for completion. A new glossary and thorough index round out this revision.
Jacqueline D. Stanley received her law degree from Wake Forest University. Ms. Stanley has co-authored many self-help legal guides including Landlords' Rights and Duties in North Carolina. She currently practices law in Greensboro,
Mark Warda received his law degree from the University of Illinois in Champaign. He practiced law in Clearwater, Florida, and then gave up a busy law practice to publish self-help law books. He has written or co-authored many self-help law guides, including How to Start a Business in Florida and How to Form a Non-Profit Corporation. Mr. Warda continues to write in Clearwater, Florida.
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