We note on our website at the experienced Connecticut business law firm of Berdon, Young & Margolis a fundamental point concerning the commercial universe.
And that is this: It is notably complex.
That base reality centrally informs whether an individual with an entrepreneurial mindset has the creativity and perseverance to succeed in the business realm or will ultimately bend to its sheer complications.
The list of “what to focus upon and do” components for any fledgling company principal – and even for solidly proven business professionals – is lengthy, varied and highly demanding of time and effort. An even cursory compendium of focal points encompasses matters relevant to formation, legal risk, taxation, regulatory compliance, contract execution, employee relations, financing, intellectual property protection and many additional matters.
Truly, the “complexity” descriptor noted above is both obvious and appropriate. How start-up principals and established company owners deal with the many commercially linked challenges routinely coming their way absolutely determines the future fate of their enterprises.
Many key decision makers in the business world reasonably seek to timely align themselves with professionals who can help them both identify and optimally respond to challenges and take full advantage of new opportunities.
A proven legal team with a wealth of experience and demonstrated record of client advocacy in the commercial realm is often a central part of that core group.
As we note on our website, employment law is often a realm of special focus for seasoned business attorneys working on behalf of a valued company client.
One subset of that key area these days relates to worker classification, specifically questions surrounding employee-versus-independent contractor issues. We will delve into some relevant details in our next blog post.