Brett B. Trembly

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Business & Corporate Attorney in Miami, FL

Trembly Law Firm
 | 9700 South Dixie Hwy, Penthouse 1100
Miami, FL 33156
Phone: 786-808-0065
Selected To Rising Stars: 2016 - 2020
Licensed Since: 2008
Practice Areas:
  • Business/Corporate (40%),
  • Business Litigation (20%),
  • Civil Litigation: Defense (10%),
  • Employment & Labor: Employer (10%),
  • Employment Litigation: Defense (10%),
  • Franchise/Dealership (10%)
Attorney Profile

The founding partner of the Trembly Law Firm, Brett B. Trembly focuses his practice on business transactions and related civil litigation. Located in Miami, Florida, he provides representation to companies and their owners throughout the greater metropolitan area. Admitted to practice before all Florida state courts, Mr. Trembly is also admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

Mr. Trembly's clients include entrepreneurs who are looking to launch new ventures. At the outset, he works with them to determine the most appropriate type of legal entity for the business. Once it has been formed, Mr. Trembly helps to prepare operating or shareholder agreements as well as employment and other contracts, and he provides guidance with respect to mergers and acquisitions. His goal is to create a strong enough foundation so litigation can be avoided, but when disputes arise, he advocates vociferously on behalf of his clients. Mr. Trembly's experience in this regard has included contract breaches, employment defense, business torts, and breach of fiduciary duty. Mr. Trembly has also initiated a general counsel practice, in which he and other members of his firm provide advice and counsel at a fraction of the cost of a full-time in-house attorney. His successful track record in all these matters, as well as his high degree of ethics, have earned him the respect of his fellow professionals, as evidenced by his receipt of a 10.0 "Superb" peer review rating through Avvo.

Fluent in Spanish as well as in English, Mr. Trembly attended Eastern New Mexico University and received a Bachelor of Arts in 2005. His legal education was obtained at the University of Miami School of Law, and he was awarded his Juris Doctor in 2008. His affiliations include the South Miami Kendall Bar Association.

 
Practice Areas
  • 40%Business/Corporate
  • 20%Business Litigation
  • 10%Civil Litigation
  • 10%Employment & Labor
  • 10%Employment Litigation
  • 10%Franchise/Dealership
Focus Areas

Business Formation and Planning, Limited Liability Companies, Partnership, Sub-chapter S Corporations, Contracts, Business Organizations, Non-Compete Agreements, Wage & Hour Laws, Labor Law, Employment Discrimination, Wrongful Termination, Retaliation, Employment Law - Employer

Selections

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Rising Stars: 2016 - 2020

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White Papers

  • Top 7 Reasons to Franchise - or Not Franchise - Your Business (2019) - We make seven compelling arguments to help business owners make the crucial - and expensive - decision about whether to franchise. 

  • The Danger Zones - Top 5 Risks Employer's Don't Realize Can Put Them Out of Business (And What to Do About Them!) (2019) - In Brett's first published book, we discuss the top 5 exposure areas that employers need to protect themselves from.  It's too difficult to be an employer in today's legal environment, and this book helps illuminate the major exposure areas - as well as what ot do about them.

  • Stronger Business Begins with Stronger Contracts (2018) - We discuss the top five areas business owners can focus on when structuring their contracts. 

  • About Brett Trembly

    Admitted: 2008, Florida

    Professional Webpage: https://tremblylaw.com/our-team/#prettyPhoto/1/

    Honors/Awards:

    • Named as a top "Up and Comer" by the South Florida Legal Guide. , South Florida Legal Guide Top Up and Comer, SFLG.com, 2019
    • Named one of the 100 Top Bet-the-Company Litigators. , 100 Top Bet-the-Company Litigators, https://www.top100betthecompanylitigators.com/, 2019
    • Super Lawyers Rising Star, Florida, Super Lawyers Rising Star Awards, Superlawyers.com, 2019
    • One of only 50 second-stage companies out of 250 nominated to receive the award.  , Florida's Companies to Watch Award, growfl.com, 2019
    • One of only 50 second-stage companies out of 250 nominated to receive the award.  , Florida's Companies to Watch Award, growfl.com, 2018
    • Named the 45th fastest growing firm in the country. , Law Firm 500, LawFirm500.com, 2018
    • Named the 13th fastest growing firm in the country., Law Firm 500, LawFirm500.com, 2017
    • Super Lawyers Rising Star, Florida, Super Lawyers Rising Star Awards, Superlawyers.com, 2018
    • Super Lawyers Rising Star, Florida, Super Lawyers Rising Star Awards, Superlawyers.com, 2017
    • Named the 13th fastest growing law firm in the country. , Law Firm 500, LawFirm500.com, 2016
    • Super Lawyers Rising Star, Florida, Super Lawyers Rising Star Awards, Superlawyers.com, 2016

    Special Licenses/Certifications:

    • Became the only Florida lawyer certified as a "Profit First Lawyer," certified after a three-day workshop and test by Proft First, Inc.  , 2019
    • Graduated from the Goldman Sachs 10 Small Business certification program - a 13-week business masers course accredited by Babson College and Miami-Dade College. , 2017

    Bar/Professional Activity:

    • Former Vice-Chair, Florida Bar 11th Circuit Grievance Committee 11 “I.”, 2017
    • Former President, South Miami Kendall Bar Association, 2017
    • Volunteer, Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division Mentoring Program, 2016

    Pro bono/Community Service:

    • Forum Moderator Chair - Entrepreneur's Organization , 2019
    • Planned and chaired a charity domino tournament to raise money for the Walk to End Alzheimers, Inc. , 2019
    • Served on the Nicklaus Children's Hospital Foundation Board. , 2019
    • Moderator, E.O. forum, 2018
    • Member, Pinecrest Business Association, 2018
    • Director, Palmetto Bay Business Association, 2018
    • Volunteer, Miami-Dade County’s Ethical Governance Day, 2017
    • Volunteer, Rainmakers Committee, Dade-County Bar Association, 2016
    • Past-President, B.N.I. Chapter, 2016
    • American Ninja Warrior alum, 2015
    • Vice-President, Rotary Foundation of South Miami, Inc., 2015
    • Past-President, Rotary Club of South Miami, 2014

    Scholarly Lectures/Writings:

    • Presented a 90-minute overview of employment pitfalls for law firms., Lead Presenter, The Growing Threat Facing Today's Employers, ProLaw CLE, Attorneys, Law, Law Firm, Lawyers, 2019
    • A complete overview of the law and statutes on limited liability companies. From opening to LLC, to structuring it for growth, to member unit purchase agreements, to asset protection. , Lead Presenter, LLC's From Start to Finish, National Business Institute (NBI), Attorneys, Law, Law Firm, Lawyers, 2017
    • Created and presented to 30 business owners on the exposure areas that can harm employers and business owners. , Co-Presenter, The Growing Threat Facing Today's Employers, Goldman Sachs 10KSB Live Peesentation, Miami, Florida , Attorneys, Businesses, Employers, Law, Law Firm, Lawyers, 2018
    • Created and presented a CLE-approved presentation on how to stay out of court with strong contracts and manuevers. , Lead Presenter, A Litigator's Advice on How to Keep Your Clients Out of the Courtroom, Attorney Credits.com, Attorneys, Law, Law Firm, Lawyers, 2015

    Other Outstanding Achievements:

    • Named to the Nickalus Children's Hospital Foundation Board of Directors, 2019
    • Named to the Nicklaus Children's Hospital Diamond Society, 2019

    Videos:

    Newsletters:

    • May 2018 Good morning!In this edition of our e-newsletter, we cover your Alternative Dispute Resolution options and the difference between loans and capital contributions.As always, if you own a business (or if you know someone who does), contact us today and we’ll talk about how we can help protect your interests! Latest Blog UNDERSTANDING ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION OPTIONS     When legal disputes arise, many people assume that the only way to really resolve them is through litigation—that is, filing a lawsuit and having your day in court to air your grievances and allow a third party who is thoroughly versed in the law decide the issue for you. Litigation, however, is an expensive, time-consuming business that rarely ever leaves either party truly satisfied in the end. There’s a reason why litigation is sometimes known as the “scorched earth” option, because it can be used solely to lay waste to the enemy rather than actually achieve some equitable outcome...Video of the Month   WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CAPITAL CONTRIBUTIONS AND LOANS?  Business Tip of the Month Are you staying top-of-mind with customers and clients? If not, you’re letting money walk right out your front door.We’re all busy. Psychologists estimate that the average person has a minimum of ten thousand distinct thoughts enter their mind every single day. We’re bombarded by email, by smart-phone notifications, by advertising on radio and TV. That’s why you need to take action, proactively, to ensure that your customers, clients, and potential referral sources don’t have the opportunity to forget you.There are many ways you can accomplish this, including email marketing, social media, direct mail, personal follow-up, and much more. It doesn’t matter which channels you’re using - what matters is that you have a plan for maintaining top-of-mind awareness so that your market can’t possibly forget about you.     Trembly Law AttorneysBrett Trembly, Esq.Christian Rodriguez, Esq.David E. Wolff, Esq.Elias Correa Menendez, Esq. Protecting Honest Business Owners from GettingLegally Screwed™ As Heard OnQuote of the Month “Stick with it, even on the bad days.”Vivienne HarrServicesBusiness LawBusiness LitigationGeneral CounselFranchise LawTREMBLY LAW FIRM  Phone: 305-431-5678Email: [email protected]www.tremblylaw.comThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.The materials contained within this website provide general information about the Trembly Law Firm, do not constitute legal advice and are intended for informational purposes only., ADR Options and the Difference Between Capital Contributions and Loans, Business, Law
    • August 2018 Good morning,This month's newsletter features a blog on Procurement Agreements as well as whether or not you can file a lawsuit to force payment if a client is refusing to pay. As always, we hope this information proves itself useful! Please feel free to send this newsletter to anyone who may benefit from this information.Have a great Day! Latest BlogBusiness Law 101: Procurement Agreements  If you run a business, this probably isn’t the first time you’ve heard of a procurement agreement. But, if you haven’t heard of it yet and you either run or are looking to start up your own business, we’re here to provide a quick rundown about what they are, what they should include, and the purposes that they serve. So let’s discuss...                                Video of the Month  A FORMER CLIENT IS REFUSING TO PAY ME. CAN I FILE A LAWSUIT TO FORCE PAYMENT?  Business Tip of the MonthDo you have a checklist for every aspect of your business? You should!  Even a “simple” business is actually quite complex. Every business must find prospective customers, convert them into clients, create and deliver products or services, manage your finances, build your team, and more. There are hundreds of processes that you and your team execute in a given month. And if you want your business to grow, it’s important that you’re getting them right every time. That’s where checklists come in.Every step in your operation should be documented, and your team should refer to this documentation to make sure they’re not missing anything. For example, during the sales process, it’s important that you don’t miss the opportunity to up-sell, cross-sell, and ask for referrals. Include those steps in your checklist to make sure that your sales team is consistently executing them.Before an airplane takes off, its pilots spend a great deal of time going through various checklists to make sure they don’t miss anything. This ensures that their flight will operate safely and that they’ll reach their desired destination. They don’t leave anything to chance - and you shouldn’t leave anything to chance in your business, either.   Trembly Law AttorneysBrett Trembly, Esq.Christian Rodriguez, Esq.David E. Wolff, Esq.Elias Correa Menendez, Esq.Arturo L. Arca, Esq. Protecting Honest Business Owners from GettingLegally Screwed™ As Heard OnQuote of the Month “There is always space for improvement, no matter how long you've been in the business.”Oscar De La HoyaServicesBusiness LawBusiness LitigationGeneral CounselFranchise LawTREMBLY LAW FIRM  Phone: 305-431-5678Email: [email protected]www.tremblylaw.comThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.The materials contained within this website provide general information about the Trembly Law Firm, do not constitute legal advice and are intended for informational purposes only., Business Law 101: Procurement Agreements, Business, Law
    • September 2018 Good morning,  This month's newsletter discusses the difference between a shareholder derivative suit vs. a direct claim. We also explain whether or not you can represent yourself in a lawsuit.As always, we hope this information proves itself useful! Please feel free to send this newsletter to anyone who may benefit from this information. Have a great Day! Latest Blog  WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A SHAREHOLDER DERIVATIVE SUIT VS. A DIRECT CLAIM?  Shareholders in corporations play an interesting role in governing those corporations. By virtue of owning a small portion or “share” of the company, a shareholder has some power to affect change within the corporation, including actions against the corporation. There are two main types of actions against a company: direct claims and derivative suits. What does each mean?...                                Video of the Month  CAN I REPRESENT MYSELF IN A LAWSUIT?  Business Tip of the MonthAre You Working Towards Your Long-Term Goals?  As business owners, we are all busy. Even when we get through all of the “pressing” tasks on our to-do lists, there’s always more that can be done.But here’s the important question: are the tasks that consume most of your time each day linked to your long-term goals? For many business owners, the answer is no. Rather than spending most of their time working on tasks or projects that are crucial to growth or long-term profitability - many business owners are doing busywork or “putting out fires” in various areas of their operation.Today, take a moment to consider your long-term goals. Ask yourself how much time you’ll spend working on projects that are linked to those goals. And if the answer is “very little” - make a conscious effort to change that going forward.   Trembly Law AttorneysBrett Trembly, Esq.Christian Rodriguez, Esq.David E. Wolff, Esq.Elias Correa Menendez, Esq.Arturo L. Arca, Esq. Protecting Honest Business Owners from GettingLegally Screwed™ As Heard OnQuote of the Month “Make every detail perfect, and limit the number of details to perfect.”Jack DorseyServicesBusiness LawBusiness LitigationGeneral CounselFranchise LawTREMBLY LAW FIRM  Phone: 305-431-5678Email: [email protected]www.tremblylaw.comThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.The materials contained within this website provide general information about the Trembly Law Firm, do not constitute legal advice and are intended for informational purposes only., What is the Difference Between a Shareholder Derivative Suit vs. a Direct Claim?, Business, Law
    • August 2018 Good morning,We are happy to announce that we are growing...again! We'd like to take a moment to introduce Julian Santos and Daniela Lledes to the team. Check out our amazing team here.In this month's newsletter, we highlight the five steps you need to follow to get trademarked.As always, our mission is to protect the economy, one business at a time.  If we can help in any way, let us know!   Special Announcement Join us in welcoming Julian and Daniela!                                                                   Latest Blog 5 STEPS TO GET TRADEMARKED Your business’ intellectual property is arguably its most valuable asset, and one of the most common forms is the trademark. In general, a trademark is any symbol, word, mark, or design that is used by companies to assign an identity to their business. Think of the Nike swoosh or McDonalds’ golden arches. The idea of a trademark is to distinguish your business and bring recognition to your product or service from the moment it’s seen or heard by a customer. It’s for these reasons that every business must make sure to protect their marks to not only prevent another from claiming it but to also uphold your brand’s integrity...      Trembly Law AttorneysBrett Trembly, Esq.Christian Rodriguez, Esq.David E. Wolff, Esq.Elias Correa Menendez, Esq. Arturo L. Arca, Esq.Protecting Honest Business Owners from GettingLegally Screwed™ As Heard OnQuote of the Month “There is always space for improvement, no matter how long you've been in the business.”Oscar De La HoyaServicesBusiness LawBusiness LitigationGeneral CounselFranchise LawTREMBLY LAW FIRM  Phone: 305-431-5678Email: [email protected]www.tremblylaw.comThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.The materials contained within this website provide general information about the Trembly Law Firm, do not constitute legal advice and are intended for informational purposes only., 5 Steps to Get Trademarked, Business, IP, Law, Trademark
    • October 2018 Good morning,  This month's newsletter discusses the pros and cons of organizing your business as an LLC in Florida. It also explains the most common legal mistakes that a small business owner can make.As always, we hope this information proves itself useful! Please feel free to send this newsletter to anyone who may benefit from this information. Have a great Day! Latest Blog  THE PROS AND CONS OF ORGANIZING AS AN LLC IN FLORIDA  When you’re organizing a new business in Florida, there are several entities to choose from, from sole proprietorships and partnerships to corporations and more. One increasingly popular structure is the Limited Liability Company, or LLC.An LLC is a business entity that combines the strong liability protection of a corporation with the flexibility, simplicity, and tax advantages of a partnership. Like all other structures, it has pros and cons that you should be aware of before deciding whether or not an LLC is the best formation for your new company. The most common ones appear below...                               Video of the Month  WHAT ARE SOME OF THE MOST COMMON LEGAL MISTAKES THAT SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS MAKE?  Business Tip of the MonthWhat’s Your Unique Selling Proposition?  The key to highly effective marketing is an appealing USP - which should answer a simple question: Why should a customer choose to do business with you instead of all other options, including the option of doing nothing?It’s a simple concept, but developing a great answer isn’t easy. An effective USP could literally be worth millions of dollars, however, so it’s worth spending some time thinking about this.Here are three classic examples.1) Fresh, hot pizza delivered to your door in 30 minutes or less or it's free. (Dominos Pizza.)2) When it absolutely, positively has to be there overnight. (FedEx.)3) 15 Minutes Could Save You 15 Percent or More on Car Insurance. (Geico)   Trembly Law AttorneysBrett Trembly, Esq.Christian Rodriguez, Esq.David E. Wolff, Esq.Elias Correa Menendez, Esq.Arturo L. Arca, Esq. Protecting Honest Business Owners from GettingLegally Screwed™ As Heard OnQuote of the Month "Success usually comes to those who are too busy to be looking for it."Henry David ThoreauServicesBusiness LawBusiness LitigationGeneral CounselFranchise LawTREMBLY LAW FIRM  Phone: 305-431-5678Email: [email protected]www.tremblylaw.comThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.The materials contained within this website provide general information about the Trembly Law Firm, do not constitute legal advice and are intended for informational purposes only., The Pros and Cons of Organizing as an LLC in Florida, Business, Law, LLC
    • September 2018 Good morning!In this month's newsletter, we are proud to announce Trembly Law's selection as a co-finalist in GrowFL's list of 2018 Florida Companies to Watch. We also discuss five mistakes to avoid when buying a business. As always, our mission is to protect the economy, one business at a time.  If we can help in any way, let us know!   GROWFL ANNOUNCES 2018 FLORIDA COMPANIES TO WATCH FINALISTSTrembly Law Firm Among Second-Stage BusinessesCompeting to Earn Prestigious Honor      Trembly Law Firm was among the first round of 2018 Florida Companies to Watch finalists recently announced by GrowFL.  The awards event – now in its eighth year – honors 50 select second-stage companies from throughout the state for developing valuable products and services, creating quality jobs, enriching communities, and broadening new industries throughout Florida. Chosen from a candidate pool of 134 growing second-stage businesses, the finalists collectively represented $518 million in annual revenue and employed...                                   Latest Blog 5 MISTAKES TO AVOID WHEN BUYING A BUSINESS If you’re considering buying a business, this is no doubt an exciting time for you and your future. But, buying a business is complex and there are a lot of things that you need to look out for throughout the process. It’s important that you do everything you can to make sure that you make the best investment possible. In this blog we’ll be talking about some of the most common mistakes people make when buying a business. Let’s begin...      Trembly Law AttorneysBrett Trembly, Esq.Christian Rodriguez, Esq.David E. Wolff, Esq.Elias Correa Menendez, Esq. Arturo L. Arca, Esq.Protecting Honest Business Owners from GettingLegally Screwed™ As Heard OnQuote of the Month “Make every detail perfect, and limit the number of details to perfect.”Jack DorseyServicesBusiness LawBusiness LitigationGeneral CounselFranchise LawTREMBLY LAW FIRM  Phone: 305-431-5678Email: [email protected]www.tremblylaw.comThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.The materials contained within this website provide general information about the Trembly Law Firm, do not constitute legal advice and are intended for informational purposes only., 5 Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a Business, Business, Law
    • November 2018 Good morning,  This month's newsletter discusses what you need to know about crowdfunding. It also explains whether or not you can represent yourself in a lawsuit.As always, we hope this information proves itself useful! Please feel free to send this newsletter to anyone who may benefit from this information. Have a great Day! Latest Blog  PUBLIC SUPPORT: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CROWDFUNDING  “The unique value of crowdfunding is not money, it is community.” – Ethan Mollick, renowned professor at WhartonGoFundMe, Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and Patreon… You may have heard of these websites and maybe even donated money through one of them, but have you ever wondered how they work, and if they could benefit you and your business? After all, there are many crowdfunding success stories out there. But the reality is that it’s not as easy as it sounds...                                Video of the Month  CAN I REPRESENT MYSELF IN A LAWSUIT?  Business Tip of the MonthHave you replaced yourself?  That might sound like a strange question, so I'll explain. As a business owner, replacing yourself should be one of your primary goals. Replacing yourself simply means building a team of employees that can handle the day-to-day work necessary to serve your clients and grow your business.For example, if you own a restaurant, are you personally still cooking, cleaning, and serving your customers? If so... you have not replaced yourself yet. And that's OK - most business owners haven't, at least not completely. What's important is that you work towards replacing yourself by creating and documenting systems to keep the business running, and then hiring employees to execute the systems.Eventually, you'll have a business that can run without you - leaving you free to lead your team, to strategize, or to finally take that vacation you've been thinking about.       Trembly Law AttorneysBrett Trembly, Esq.Christian Rodriguez, Esq.David E. Wolff, Esq.Elias Correa Menendez, Esq.Arturo L. Arca, Esq. Protecting Honest Business Owners from GettingLegally Screwed™ As Heard OnQuote of the Month “Everything you’ve ever wanted is on the other side of fear.”George AddairServicesBusiness LawBusiness LitigationGeneral CounselFranchise LawTREMBLY LAW FIRM  Phone: 305-431-5678Email: [email protected]www.tremblylaw.comThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.The materials contained within this website provide general information about the Trembly Law Firm, do not constitute legal advice and are intended for informational purposes only., Public Support: What You Need to Know About Crowdfunding, Business, Crowdfunding, Law
    • October 2018 Good morning!In this month's newsletter, we discuss six key ways entrepreneurs are facing risks. We also welcome a new team member, Will Collier!As always, our mission is to protect the economy, one business at a time.  If we can help in any way, let us know!   MEET OUR NEWEST TEAM MEMBERWill Collier, Business Law Associate      Will Collier, a recent graduate from the University of Miami School of Law, is an Associate Attorney in the Business Department at the Trembly Law Firm...                                   Latest Blog SIX KEY WAYS THAT ENTREPRENEURS ARE FACING RISKS Establishing your own business is an exhilarating prospect but it is also one that comes with an inherent level of risk. Unfortunately, entrepreneurs continue to face risks in their business every single day and without knowledge of an outside professional in the form of a business attorney, they may be exposed to risk on a regular basis. What follows are six common situations that put entrepreneurs at risk even if they do not realize it....      Trembly Law AttorneysBrett Trembly, Esq.Christian Rodriguez, Esq.David E. Wolff, Esq.Elias Correa Menendez, Esq. Arturo L. Arca, Esq.Protecting Honest Business Owners from GettingLegally Screwed™ As Heard OnQuote of the Month “Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”ConfuciusServicesBusiness LawBusiness LitigationGeneral CounselFranchise LawTREMBLY LAW FIRM  Phone: 305-431-5678Email: [email protected]www.tremblylaw.comThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.The materials contained within this website provide general information about the Trembly Law Firm, do not constitute legal advice and are intended for informational purposes only., Introducing our newest attorney, Business, Law
    • December 2018 Good morning,  In this month's newsletter, we discuss the process behind winding down a corporation in Florida. We also explains some of the most common legal mistakes that small business owners can make.As always, we hope this information proves itself useful! Please feel free to send this newsletter to anyone who may benefit from this information. Have a great day! Latest Blog  CASHING OUT: UNDERSTANDING THE PROCESS BEHIND WINDING DOWN A CORPORATION IN FLORIDA  There are a variety of reasons why a business would voluntarily close. Maybe an owner became ill or suddenly passed away. Maybe there is no longer a competitive market for the business. Maybe the business or the funds were mismanaged. The reason could be anything and everything...                                Video of the Month  WHAT ARE SOME OF THE MOST COMMON LEGAL MISTAKES THAT SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS MAKE?  Business Tip of the MonthAre You Working Towards Your Long-Term Goals?  As business owners, we are all busy. Even when we get through all of the “pressing” tasks on our to-do lists, there’s always more that can be done.But here’s the important question: are the tasks that consume most of your time each day linked to your long-term goals? For many business owners, the answer is no. Rather than spending most of their time working on tasks or projects that are crucial to growth or long-term profitability - many business owners are doing busywork or “putting out fires” in various areas of their operation.Today, take a moment to consider your long-term goals. Ask yourself how much time you’ll spend working on projects that are linked to those goals. And if the answer is “very little” - make a conscious effort to change that going forward.   Trembly Law AttorneysBrett Trembly, Esq.Christian Rodriguez, Esq.David E. Wolff, Esq.Elias Correa Menendez, Esq.Arturo L. Arca, Esq. Protecting Honest Business Owners from GettingLegally Screwed™ As Heard OnQuote of the Month “Show me a person who never made a mistake, and I will show you a person who never did anything.”William RosenbergServicesBusiness LawBusiness LitigationGeneral CounselFranchise LawTREMBLY LAW FIRM  Phone: 305-431-5678Email: [email protected]www.tremblylaw.comThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.The materials contained within this website provide general information about the Trembly Law Firm, do not constitute legal advice and are intended for informational purposes only.unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences, Cashing Out: Understanding the Process Behind Winding Down a Corporation in Florida, Business, Corporation, Law
    • November 2018 Good morning!In this month's newsletter, we discuss the five questions to ask yourself if you ever decide to sell your business.As always, our mission is to protect the economy, one business at a time.  If we can help in any way, let us know!   71lbs Partnership     Trembly Law Firm has partnered with 71lbs! 71lbs helps merchants save money on their shipping and understand their shipping costs. If your business ships using FedEx or UPS, you are entitled to full refunds on all late shipments. As Your Shipping Advocate, 71lbs makes it easy to automate your shipping refunds, assist with lost or damaged claims, and much more.                                 Latest Blog TIME TO SELL? ASK YOURSELF THESE 5 QUESTIONS FIRST! If you’re considering selling your business, you may be filled with uncertainties and doubt about the sale. You may have been doing some mental back-and-forth without coming to a conclusion, and that’s normal. It’s not meant to be an easy decision to make, and we understand that! So, before you make any decisions, ask yourself the following questions...        Trembly Law AttorneysBrett Trembly, Esq.Christian Rodriguez, Esq.David E. Wolff, Esq.Elias Correa Menendez, Esq. Arturo L. Arca, Esq.Protecting Honest Business Owners from GettingLegally Screwed™ As Heard OnQuote of the Month “I don’t look to jump over 7-foot bars — I look for 1-foot bars that I can step over.”Warren BuffettServicesBusiness LawBusiness LitigationGeneral CounselFranchise LawTREMBLY LAW FIRM  Phone: 305-431-5678Email: [email protected]www.tremblylaw.com, Time to Sell? Ask Yourself These 5 Questions First!, Business, Law
    • January 2019 Good morning!In today's newsletter, we discuss six ways an attorney can make your business dreams a reality.As always, our mission is to protect the economy, one business at a time.  If we can help in any way, let us know!   Happy New Year!     Wishing you a prosperous new year!   Latest Blog 6 WAYS AN ATTORNEY CAN MAKE YOUR BUSINESS DREAMS A REALITY A reliable, trusted attorney helping you throughout your business decisions is an invaluable asset to have. With the right attorney, you not only have a legal representative, you’ll have a mentor, guide, partner, advisor, protector, and more—all in one person. Behind any successful business is a good lawyer insulating it from the lawsuits and issues coming from all directions. It is not always obvious how attorneys lend their legal expertise, so we aim to shed a light on what they can do for your business at the startup phase, like...      Trembly Law AttorneysBrett Trembly, Esq.Christian Rodriguez, Esq.David E. Wolff, Esq.Elias Correa Menendez, Esq. Arturo L. Arca, Esq.Will Collier, Esq.Protecting Honest Business Owners from GettingLegally Screwed™ As Heard OnQuote of the Month "I owe my success to having listened respectfully to the very best advice, and then going away and doing the exact opposite."G. K. ChestertonServicesBusiness LawBusiness LitigationGeneral CounselFranchise LawTREMBLY LAW FIRM  Phone: 305-431-5678Email: [email protected]www.tremblylaw.comThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.The materials contained within this website provide general information about the Trembly Law Firm, do not constitute legal advice and are intended for informational purposes only., 6 Ways an Attorney Can Make Your Business Dreams a Reality, Business, Law
    • January 2019 Good morning,  In today's newsletter, we highlight five common compliance issues that business owners should avoid. We also discuss what legal issues to consider if you're planning on selling your business.As always, we hope this information proves itself useful! Please feel free to send this newsletter to anyone who may benefit from this information. Have a great day! Latest Blog  5 COMMON COMPLIANCE ISSUES BUSINESS OWNERS SHOULD AVOIDFor a business to be considered “compliant,” they have to conform with the rules and regulations set upon their operation and management by federal and state law. Many times, this can be easier said than done because the laws that govern business in the U.S. are vast and varied. As such, with everything else you have to worry about in operating your business, you also have to worry about whether or not you are being compliant. If you face an audit and are found to be not compliant, you may be subject to heavy fines and penalties. With that being said, what are some common compliance issues you should know about?...                                Video of the Month  I AM PLANNING TO SELL MY BUSINESS. WHAT LEGAL ISSUES SHOULD I CONSIDER?  Business Tip of the MonthWhat’s Your Unique Selling Proposition?  The key to highly effective marketing is an appealing USP - which should answer a simple question: Why should a customer choose to do business with you instead of all other options, including the option of doing nothing?It’s a simple concept, but developing a great answer isn’t easy. An effective USP could literally be worth millions of dollars, however, so it’s worth spending some time thinking about this.Here are three classic examples.1) Fresh, hot pizza delivered to your door in 30 minutes or less or it's free. (Dominos Pizza.)2) When it absolutely, positively has to be there overnight. (FedEx.)3) 15 Minutes Could Save You 15 Percent or More on Car Insurance. (Geico)   Trembly Law AttorneysBrett Trembly, Esq.Christian Rodriguez, Esq.David E. Wolff, Esq.Elias Correa Menendez, Esq.Arturo L. Arca, Esq.Will Collier, Esq. Protecting Honest Business Owners from GettingLegally Screwed™ As Heard OnQuote of the Month “There are lots of bad reasons to start a company. But there’s only one good, legitimate reason, and I think you know what it is: it’s to change the world.”Phil Libin, Evernote CEOServicesBusiness LawBusiness LitigationGeneral CounselFranchise LawTREMBLY LAW FIRM  Phone: 305-431-5678Email: [email protected]www.tremblylaw.comThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.The materials contained within this website provide general information about the Trembly Law Firm, do not constitute legal advice and are intended for informational purposes only.unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences, 5 Common Compliance Issues Business Owners Should Avoid, Business, Law
    • February 2019 Good morning,  In today's newsletter, we discuss how to dissolve a partnership in Florida. We also showcase the advantages of organizing your business as an LLC.As always, we hope this information proves itself useful! Please feel free to send this newsletter to anyone who may benefit from this information. Have a great day! Latest Blog  HOW TO DISSOLVE A PARTNERSHIP IN FLORIDAYou found the right person(s) to start a business with, you grew the business together, and now, for one reason or another, you or your partner(s) are ready to dissolve the partnership. It happens! However, dissolving a partnership involves a lot more legal maneuvering than just calling it quits one day. Whatever your reason for dissolving the partnership, you should know how to do it properly and legally. Before you do anything else though, make sure you contact an experienced Florida business attorney to make sure the dissolution is as clean as possible...                                Video of the Month  WHAT ARE SOME OF THE ADVANTAGES OF ORGANIZING MY BUSINESS AS AN LLC?  Business Tip of the MonthAre Discounts Undermining the Value of Your Products and Services?  “50% off!” “Buy one, get one free!” These are common sales tactics that most businesses use. And while heavy discounts can certainly attract new customers or clients to your business in the short term, in many cases the discounting strategy can actually backfire.The problem with the strategy, unless you have a very carefully thought-through reason for the sale, is that it basically tells customers “you shouldn’t pay full price for my products or services.” Savvy consumers will learn over time to wait for (or demand) discounts before they buy, which permanently erodes your profit margin. Even worse, by offering a discount, you shift the buyer’s thought process to price, rather than the value you provide.The next time you’re tempted to slash prices, think hard about it. Is there another way that you can draw attention and attract buyers? Is there a new product or service you can introduce, or a new way to differentiate your business from the competition? If you can focus your buyers on the value that you provide, rather than the price of your services, you’ll be in a stronger position moving forward.   Trembly Law AttorneysBrett Trembly, Esq.Christian Rodriguez, Esq.David E. Wolff, Esq.Elias Correa Menendez, Esq.Arturo L. Arca, Esq.Will Collier, Esq. Protecting Honest Business Owners from GettingLegally Screwed™ As Heard OnQuote of the Month “Don't let the fear of losing be greater than the excitement of winning."Robert KiyosakiServicesBusiness LawBusiness LitigationGeneral CounselFranchise LawTREMBLY LAW FIRM  Phone: 305-431-5678Email: [email protected]www.tremblylaw.comThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.The materials contained within this website provide general information about the Trembly Law Firm, do not constitute legal advice and are intended for informational purposes only., How to Dissolve a Partnership in Florida, Business, Law
    • February 2019 Good morning!In today's newsletter, we discuss the four biggest misconceptions you may believe about hiring general counsel.As always, our mission is to protect the economy, one business at a time.  If we can help in any way, let us know!   FIRM NEWS     On March 2nd, the team at The Trembly Law Firm will be participating in Touching Miami with Love's kickball tournament benefitting youth in Miami. We encourage you to gather your co-workers and friends and join us for a great cause! To learn more about this great organization, please visit their website here"Our vision is to see our children and youth inspired, educated, and empowered to reach their full potential."  Latest Blog THE 4 BIGGEST MISCONCEPTIONS YOU MAY BELIEVE ABOUT HIRING GENERAL COUNSEL Do you believe that your business doesn’t need general legal counsel? Do you think that your business will likely never encounter a legal issue in the course of its operation? If you answered yes to either question, this blog is here to tell you why that misconception is the biggest lie you will tell yourself about having a business. Quite often, these misconceptions harm you and your business’s bottom line beyond repair. The key here is remembering that without having a legal guide with you now, you could face disastrous legal consequences in the future...      Trembly Law AttorneysBrett Trembly, Esq.Christian Rodriguez, Esq.David E. Wolff, Esq.Elias Correa Menendez, Esq. Arturo L. Arca, Esq.Will Collier, Esq.Protecting Honest Business Owners from GettingLegally Screwed™ As Heard OnQuote of the Month "Change before you have to."Jack WelchServicesBusiness LawBusiness LitigationGeneral CounselFranchise LawTREMBLY LAW FIRM  Phone: 305-431-5678Email: [email protected]www.tremblylaw.comThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.The materials contained within this website provide general information about the Trembly Law Firm, do not constitute legal advice and are intended for informational purposes only., The 4 Biggest Misconceptions You May Believe About Hiring General Counsel, Business, General Counsel, Law
    • March 2019 Good morning,  In today's newsletter, we highlight four reasons why you should run a legal audit of your business. We also discuss what to do if your partner wants to sell your business but you don't want to.As always, we hope this information proves itself useful! Please feel free to send this newsletter to anyone who may benefit from this information. Have a great day! Latest Blog  4 REASONS TO RUN A LEGAL AUDIT OF YOUR BUSINESS  You’re a business owner—your schedule is packed and your to-do list is always growing, so maybe a legal audit isn’t at the top of your list of priorities. However, putting off a legal audit can seriously impact your business finances, your future growth plans, and your ability to handle preventable legal issues. Learn more about the benefits of a legal audit and why you should schedule one as soon as possible...                                Video of the Month  MY PARTNER WANTS TO SELL OUR BUSINESS BUT I DON’T WANT TO. WHAT ARE MY OPTIONS?  Business Tip of the MonthMake More Money With Premium Offerings  Research has shown that anywhere from 5 - 20% of your customers and clients will gravitate towards a “premium” or highest-priced option among your products or services. This has as much to do with their perception of themselves as it does with your offerings.If you don’t have a premium option for customers who would gladly pay extra to receive it, you’re leaving money on the table. How can you create premium options and packages in your business?   Trembly Law AttorneysBrett Trembly, Esq.Christian Rodriguez, Esq.David E. Wolff, Esq.Elias Correa Menendez, Esq.Arturo L. Arca, Esq.Will Collier, Esq. Protecting Honest Business Owners from GettingLegally Screwed™ As Heard OnQuote of the Month “Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”ConfuciusServicesBusiness LawBusiness LitigationGeneral CounselFranchise LawTREMBLY LAW FIRM  Phone: 305-431-5678Email: [email protected]www.tremblylaw.comThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.The materials contained within this website provide general information about the Trembly Law Firm, do not constitute legal advice and are intended for informational purposes only., 4 Reasons to Run a Legal Audit of Your Business, Business, Law
    • May 2019 Good morning! In today's newsletter, we provide you with insight into the four forms you need to legally establish a nonprofit. We also discuss different legal questions to consider if you're thinking about buying an existing business.As always, we hope this information proves itself useful! Please feel free to send this newsletter to anyone who may benefit from this information.  We sincerely appreciate everyone that has joined in our ambitious mission of protecting the economy, one business at a time.  Have a great day! Latest Blog  4 FORMS YOU NEED TO LEGALLY ESTABLISH A NONPROFIT  Nonprofit organizations are a driving force of change, giving you the chance to change the world you live in and help causes that are important to you. If you want to set up a nonprofit organization in Florida, you must follow a specific process and file the proper forms to protect yourself from litigation...                                Video of the Month  I’M THINKING ABOUT BUYING AN EXISTING BUSINESS. WHAT LEGAL QUESTIONS SHOULD I CONSIDER?  Business Tip of the MonthDon’t Forget to Market to Your Current CustomersFor many business owners, marketing is about attracting new customers or clients. And while this is an important function, it’s too narrow of a focus.It’s important that you also continue to market to your current clientele. There are two critical goals you should be aiming for with this portion of your marketing:First, retaining your customers/clients. Don’t take them for granted. Your customers likely have a number of choices besides your business - local competitors, online providers, and even the option of going without your product/service altogether.The second huge opportunity is upgrading, cross-selling, and upselling. If your customer purchases Product A, and you know that Product B and Product F complement that purchase, you should be promoting those specific products to that specific customer. Similarly, when you have customers purchasing your entry-level products or services, you should regularly promote the upgraded option to them.Don’t forget to market to your existing clientele!   Trembly Law AttorneysBrett Trembly, Esq.Christian Rodriguez, Esq.David E. Wolff, Esq.Elias Correa Menendez, Esq.Arturo L. Arca, Esq.Will Collier, Esq. Gigi Cordova, Esq.Protecting Honest Business Owners from GettingLegally Screwed™ As Heard OnQuote of the Month “You can’t build a reputation on what you are going to do.”Henry FordServicesBusiness LawBusiness LitigationGeneral CounselFranchise LawTREMBLY LAW FIRM  Phone: 305-431-5678Email: [email protected]www.tremblylaw.comThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.The materials contained within this website provide general information about the Trembly Law Firm, do not constitute legal advice and are intended for informational purposes only., 4 Forms You Need to Legally Establish a Nonprofit, Business, Law, Nonprofit
    • April 2019 Good morning! In today's newsletter, we discuss five things you can do to prevent your business from being sued (of course preventing a lawsuit isn't always possible, but leaving your business exposed and vulnerable is avoidable if you take the proper steps).As always, we hope this information proves itself useful! Please feel free to send this newsletter to anyone who may benefit from this information.  We sincerely appreciate everyone that has joined in our ambitious mission of protecting the economy, one business at a time.  Have a great day! Latest Blog  STAY OUT OF COURT! 5 THINGS YOU CAN DO TO PREVENT YOUR BUSINESS FROM BEING SUED  Nothing can stifle an up-and-coming company’s growth like expensive and time-consuming lawsuits. Taking common sense steps to avoid lawsuits is often more effective than handling legal issues as they arise. We have outlined five ways to do that...                                Video of the Month  WHAT ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT LEGAL ISSUES THAT EVERY BUSINESS SHOULD ADDRESS?  Business Tip of the MonthAre Discounts Undermining the Value of Your Products and Services?“50% off!” “Buy one, get one free!” These are common sales tactics that most businesses use. And while heavy discounts can certainly attract new customers or clients to your business in the short term, in many cases the discounting strategy can actually backfire.The problem with the strategy, unless you have a very carefully thought-through reason for the sale, is that it basically tells customers “you shouldn’t pay full price for my products or services.” Savvy consumers will learn over time to wait for (or demand) discounts before they buy, which permanently erodes your profit margin. Even worse, by offering a discount, you shift the buyer’s thought process to price, rather than the value you provide.The next time you’re tempted to slash prices, think hard about it. Is there another way that you can draw attention and attract buyers? Is there a new product or service you can introduce, or a new way to differentiate your business from the competition? If you can focus your buyers on the value that you provide, rather than the price of your services, you’ll be in a stronger position moving forward.   Trembly Law AttorneysBrett Trembly, Esq.Christian Rodriguez, Esq.David E. Wolff, Esq.Elias Correa Menendez, Esq.Arturo L. Arca, Esq.Will Collier, Esq. Gigi Cordova, Esq.Protecting Honest Business Owners from GettingLegally Screwed™ As Heard OnQuote of the Month “I don’t look to jump over 7-foot bars — I look for 1-foot bars that I can step over.”Warren BuffettServicesBusiness LawBusiness LitigationGeneral CounselFranchise LawTREMBLY LAW FIRM  Phone: 305-431-5678Email: [email protected]www.tremblylaw.comThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.The materials contained within this website provide general information about the Trembly Law Firm, do not constitute legal advice and are intended for informational purposes only., Stay Out of Court! 5 Things You Can Do to Prevent Your Business From Being Sued, Business, Law
    • July 2019 Good morning! In today's newsletter, we discuss some of the factors in deciding to make the tough decision of filing a lawsuit.  As always, we hope this information proves itself useful! Please feel free to send this newsletter to anyone who may benefit from this information.  We sincerely appreciate everyone that has joined in our ambitious mission of protecting the economy, one business at a time.  Have a great day! Latest Blog  BUSINESS LAW 101: HOW TO DECIDE IF IT’S WORTH IT TO FILE A LAWSUIT  As a business owner, there’s no shortage of tough decisions coming your way. One of the most challenging choices for business owners is deciding when it’s time to pursue legal action against someone harming your company. Whether you’re interested in suing someone for defaming your company, infringing on your intellectual property, or failing to follow through on a contract, there are several things to consider when deciding if a lawsuit is the right choice. Consider these factors in consultation with your business lawyer...                                Video of the Month  HOW TO AVOID A LAWSUIT?  Business Tip of the MonthUnder-promise, over-deliver. That simple strategy can be a game-changer. Yet most businesses today do the opposite.  The concept is easy to grasp: manage your customers’ expectations strategically to ensure that they are surprised and delighted by what they actually get. You can apply it in big ways - such as designing your products and services to go above and beyond what your marketing promises. And you can apply it in smaller ways that still make a significant impact - like telling a customer that his product will arrive on Thursday and then getting it there on Wednesday. It’s not a difficult concept, it just takes intentional thought. Under-promise, over-deliver. It will make a big difference in your business.   Trembly Law AttorneysBrett Trembly, Esq.Christian Rodriguez, Esq.David E. Wolff, Esq.Elias Correa Menendez, Esq.Arturo L. Arca, Esq.Will Collier, Esq.Kevin Pardiñas, Esq.Veronica Rabinowitz, Esq.Protecting Honest Business Owners from GettingLegally Screwed™ As Heard OnQuote of the Month “Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”Ralph Waldo EmersonServicesBusiness/Franchise LawBusiness LitigationGeneral CounselTrademarksTREMBLY LAW FIRM  Phone: 305-431-5678Email: [email protected]www.tremblylaw.comThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.The materials contained within this website provide general information about the Trembly Law Firm, do not constitute legal advice and are intended for informational purposes only., Business Law 101: How to Decide If It's Worth It to File a Lawsuit, Business, Law
    • June 2019 Good morning! In today's newsletter, we provide you with an understanding of abandonment in regards to trademark law.In firm news, we're proud to announce our litigation team helped a local chain avoid TCPA class action. TCPA – which stands for Telephone Consumer Protection Act – lawsuits are on the rise. Central to the dispute is a business’s use of text messaging to offer coupons and discounts to consumers. When TCPA attorneys sue under this federal law and seek a class action, the business can be exposed to millions of dollars in potential damages, even for sending as few as a few hundred text messages. Read more about the case here.As always, we hope this information proves itself useful! Please feel free to send this newsletter to anyone who may benefit from this information.  We sincerely appreciate everyone that has joined in our ambitious mission of protecting the economy, one business at a time.   Have a great day! Latest Blog  TRADEMARK LAW: UNDERSTANDING ABANDONMENT  Your trademarks define and protect your business. When you have trademarked your business name, slogan, logo, or other intellectual property, it’s up to you to protect your trademark and avoid losing them to other companies. Abandonment is a legal concept that can invalidate a trademark and leave it available for use by other parties...                               Video of the Month  WHAT ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT LEGAL ISSUES THAT EVERY BUSINESS SHOULD ADDRESS?  Business Tip of the MonthDo you have systems in place to ensure that your business operates consistently and efficiently?Or do you find yourself "re-inventing the wheel" on a regular basis? Successful businesses create systems and teach their team how to execute these systems.If you haven't already, look for opportunities to build systems into every facet of your operation - from how the phone is answered, to how information is exchanged between team members, to how your products/services are created and delivered. Building and documenting these systems will help you to eliminate chaos and ensure predictability and consistency in every area of your business.   Trembly Law AttorneysBrett Trembly, Esq.Christian Rodriguez, Esq.David E. Wolff, Esq.Elias Correa Menendez, Esq.Arturo L. Arca, Esq.Will Collier, Esq.Protecting Honest Business Owners from GettingLegally Screwed™ As Heard OnQuote of the Month “If you look really closely, most overnight successes took a long time.”Steve JobsServicesBusiness/Franchise LawBusiness LitigationGeneral CounselTrademarksTREMBLY LAW FIRM  Phone: 305-431-5678Email: [email protected]www.tremblylaw.comThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.The materials contained within this website provide general information about the Trembly Law Firm, do not constitute legal advice and are intended for informational purposes only., Special Announcement - Trembly Law Firm Fights off Class Action Lawsuit; Trademark Law: Understanding Abandonment, Business, IP, Law, Trademark
    • September 2019 Good morning! In today's newsletter, we discuss what business owners should know about the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, or "TCPA."  The TCPA protects consumers from spam text messages, so be careful before you start text message marketing. In our video blog, we talk about what to do with those pesky clients that don't pay.As always, we hope this information proves itself useful! Please feel free to send this newsletter to anyone who may benefit from this information.  We sincerely appreciate everyone that has joined in our ambitious mission of protecting the economy, one business at a time.  Have a great day! Latest Blog  What Business Owners Should Know About the TCPA First Before Doing Text Message Marketing  While many businesses have shifted their focus away from cold calling as their primary route of finding new customers, it can still be an effective option for business owners in many industries. However, thanks to other corporations abusing the technology, measures have been put in place to regulate how businesses can call potential customers. Before you start using telemarketing, cold calls, or auto-dialed calls as part of your marketing strategy, make sure you understand what you can and cannot do under the TCPA...                                Video of the Month  WHAT CAN I DO IF MY CLIENT REFUSES TO PAY ME?  Business Tip of the MonthChecklists & Your Business  Do you have a checklist for every aspect of your business? You should!Even a “simple” business is actually quite complex. Every business must find prospective customers, convert them into clients, create and deliver products or services, manage your finances, build your team, and more. There are hundreds of processes that you and your team execute in a given month. And if you want your business to grow, it’s important that you’re getting them right every time. That’s where checklists come in.Every step in your operation should be documented, and your team should refer to this documentation to make sure they’re not missing anything. For example, during the sales process, it’s important that you don’t miss the opportunity to up-sell, cross-sell, and ask for referrals. Include those steps in your checklist to make sure that your sales team is consistently executing them. Before an airplane takes off, its pilots spend a great deal of time going through various checklists to make sure they don’t miss anything. This ensures that their flight will operate safely and that they’ll reach their desired destination. They don’t leave anything to chance - and you shouldn’t leave anything to chance in your business, either., What Business Owners Should Know About the TCPA First Before Doing Text Message Marketing, Business, Law, Marketing, TCPA

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