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Dangers of Classifying Employees as Independent Contractors

Dangers of Classifying Employees as Independent Contractors

Businesses quite naturally seek to reduce expenses, streamline operations and reinvest returns. This is especially true for a UK company establishing itself in America, where expenses involved with a foreign presence must be vigilantly monitored.  One tempting way of reducing…

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Visas for Doing Business in the USA

Visas for Doing Business in the USA

Getting advice regarding visa requirements when you need can be priceless in avoiding a bureaucratic nightmare.  I am grateful to Janice Flynn  of US Visa Solutions for providing the following: Avoid US Visa Pitfalls When Doing Business in the US…

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Where to Incorporate in The United States

Where to Incorporate in The United States

One of the first issues facing a UK company that wishes to expand and do business in the United States is, where to locate its business.  Often in these considerations questions arise such as, “Should I incorporate in Delaware?”  The…

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US License v. Franchise: Be Careful!

US License v. Franchise: Be Careful!

Franchising in the US is a far more complicated and expensive affair than in the UK, a difference that both surprises and confuses small UK companies eagerly wishing to offer their business model to the massive American market.  On more…

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Law firm fires 14 employees for wearing orange shirts

Law firm fires 14 employees for wearing orange shirts

Thank you for visiting the new Truecourse Ltd website. Over the coming weeks and months I’ll be periodically updating this section with interesting news, stories and explanations of US law and business practice.

Until this portion of the website is more fully developed, please have a look at a recent story from Florida about an extreme example of the doctrine of “at will” employment and the ironic twists it can take.

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