Business Legal Services
As a business focused law firm, Lodestone Legal Group provides their clients with dedicated and experienced Corporate and IP Attorneys in Franklin, Tennessee to work with business owners, entrepreneurs, and inside general counsels to provide them with direction and guidance in regards all their business legal and intellectual property needs so that our clients obtain the bests results for their business. Accordingly, Lodestone Legal Group offers business legal services with alternative fee arrangements that are aimed at helping businesses form, operate, and grow.
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Corporate Legal Services
Mergers and Acquisitions
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Resources for Business and Corporate Law
What is a Tenant Improvement Allowance?
A Tenant Improvement Allowance, or commonly referred to as the “TI” allowance, is amount of money offered by a landlord to a prospective tenant for the purposes of improvement to the leased space. The amount of money, usually defined in terms of dollars per square foot of the leased premises or a seread more >
Common Employee Wage Mistakes Businesses Sometimes Make
Business owners are often trying to find more efficient ways to pay employees. However, many small business owners don’t realize that the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) drastically limits the flexibility most small businesses have in regards to how they pay employees. The FLSA is the federal lawread more >
Avoiding Disaster – Franchise Agreement Terms
Most franchises have a typical term length of either five or ten years meaning at the end of the term, a franchisee will have the option to either renew the franchise agreement or to terminate the franchise and get out. For many franchises, a store front or franchise location is one of the obligatioread more >