Plan B: Identifying Alternative Solutions With a Business Attorney
At times, things don't happen as you've planned -- this can be especially true when you are a business owner. For example, your plan A is typically something like "have a safe environment where no one gets hurt". However, once your employee slips on a spilled drink, hurts their back and takes you to court, you need to modify your plan. At that point, a business attorney can help you come up with a plan B. Hi! My name is Katrina, and as a small business owner -- I have a gift shop selling homemade jams and jewelry from local artisans -- I know how often plans can go awry. It happens in multiple areas, and in many cases, it overlaps with the law.
In this blog, I plan to write about business law with an emphasis on the importance of adaptability and coming up with a "plan B".