As corporate lawyers, we work closely with business owners who want to start their business in the United States or entrepreneurs who already have established businesses and want to ensure that they are complying with all their legal obligations and protecting their businesses against legal risks.
And for this reason, the founder of Serna Legal Services has created a sister company, LatInovaodor, with the intention of creating courses for entrepreneurs in the United States who struggle with the following considerations:
• I want to start a business in the United States, but I don't know where to start.
• I am concerned that I am not complying with the annual legal obligations of my business (or maybe I don't know about them).
• I don't know if I am taking all the necessary legal steps to protect my business's intellectual property.
At LatInovaodor, we often mention what we consider to be the foundations of entrepreneurship, which can help alleviate the concerns mentioned above.
1. First, in order to properly, and in this case I mean “legally” create a business in the United States, there are certain steps you need to follow. In our LatInovador course and in the free seminars we offer, we explain the basic steps you must follow, your legal entity options and the documents you will have to send to the state secretary.
2. Second, once you have your business and have legally formed your legal entity, you will have obligations to fulfill each year. We also talk in more detail about those annual obligations and requirements that you may not be thinking of.
3. And finally, every business has intellectual property – and your intellectual property is one of the most important assets of your business. To be successful and to be able to run your business without worry in the long run, you need to make sure that you protect your intellectual property and know what to do if someone tries to steal it.
These foundations of entrepreneurship are critical for any entrepreneur in the United States.
Please contact Serna Legal Services at 312-601-9859 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to learn more about how to legally create and protect your business in the United States.
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