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Operating a small business has its rewards but also carries its fair share of liability, including the potential for slip-and-fall lawsuits, claims for defective products, and the negligent acts of employees. All it takes is a single, costly lawsuit to shut a small business down, which is why business owners and their managers need to understand their own liabilities and prepare for them. This section covers a wide variety of topics pertaining to business liability, with articles on how to minimize your legal risks, forms and contracts related to liability, slip-and-fall lawsuits, employer liability for the actions of employees, and more.More
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