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Janelle Peyton

Top 9 Reasons to Use a Loan Processor Instead of a Bank

Did you know that in good times, up to 50% of loans are declined due to improper loan packaging? Snyder Law recently partnered with 11 Capital Finance to support businesses with their SBA funding needs. As you can probably guess, we do not want to see any of our clients or their companies struggle due...
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It’s time to apply for the SBA (7a) Loan (Payroll Protection Program/PPP)

[SPECIAL UPDATE” To submit an application today, for processing ASAP, please visit my website here: http://snyderbusinesslaw.com/sba-loan/. I am working closely with 11 Capital to prepare loan application packages for immediate approval. ] The Small Business Administration (SBA) SBA is currently responsible for two relief loans, the SBA (7a) Payroll Protection Program (or “PPP”), and the Economic Injury...
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Contracting & Coronavirus

This 3-part series provides the basics on evaluating force majeure clauses likely found in the agreements and contracts used by privately held and family-owned small and medium sized companies.  Part 1 describes the steps to determine whether your agreements contain applicable force majeure language; Part 2 takes a deeper look into the definition of the...
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Snyder Law Coronavirus

Contracting & Coronavirus

This 3-part series provides the basics on evaluating force majeure clauses likely found in the agreements and contracts used by privately held and family-owned small and medium sized companies.  Part 1 describes the steps to determine whether your agreements contain applicable force majeure language; Part 2 takes a deeper look into the definition of the...
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No Strings Attached? 4 New Tax Limitations that Businesses Owner Should Know

4 New Tax Limitations Effecting Businesses in 2018 What is business without some changes and some challenges? The first quarter of 2018 has business owners questioning the new tax law and its effects on business. The main changes in tax and business can be grouped into two types of legal entities: the corporations and the...
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Resolutions & Transitions: Family-Owned Businesses

In our community, there exists an entire population of business owners that are almost completely unnoticed. If you were to meet one of them, you might not guess that that they employ a small army of workers; that they are responsible for millions of dollars moving through commerce; that they manufacture products used every day,...
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Is Santa Claus Infringing on Trademark Rights?

Santa Clause, Saint Nick, and Father Christmas are references made over and over again this time of the year. A quick search of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) database reveals that there are 2,185 trademarks containing the word “Christmas,” and 3,401 which include the name “Santa.” Other trademarks used the terms “candy...
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The 6 Ways to Master Your Brand (and Grow Your IP Portfolio)

Benjamin Franklin. Author, printer, political theorist, politician, freemason, postmaster, scientist, mathematician, inventor, civic activist, statesman, diplomat, and the happy face smiling back at us on the $100 bill, Ben Franklin is known throughout the world as a political leader. Locally, we know him as our first innovator; and the culture of our region continues to...
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Is Amazon the New Government? Amazon’s Brand Registry 2.0

Drones, Alexa, and exponential growth are a few things that come to mind when Amazon is the topic of discussion. The company had humble beginnings as a bookstore, but no one would call it a mere book store these days. Of course you can still buy a book on Amazon, you can stream music and...
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