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Business Law

Small businesses are the backbone of the United States economy, and there is little debate among Americans as to their importance.  The Kansas City metropolitan area in particular is steeped in the practice of and support for entrepreneurship. There are many types of professionals who help make small businesses successful: accountants/CPAs, lenders/bankers, appraisers, insurance agents […]

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Employment Law

Most companies would cease to exist in an instant without workers.  They are the hands, the eyes, and the hearts of almost any business.  Workers, whether in the form of contractors or employees, can be the greatest assets, and greatest challenges, of any given company whether situated in the Kansas City metropolitan area or beyond. […]

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Intellectual Property Law

Hundreds of years ago, intangible assets were hardly relevant.  Physical assets, such as machinery, buildings, factories, and manpower were the primary focus of businesses and well-accepted as the tickets to profits.  Times have changed.  Today, a company’s intellectual property may be the most important asset it has.  It has been said, for example, that the […]

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Real Estate Law

Real estate has been around since the beginning of the world, and it isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.  Its variations are manifold: commercial, residential, industrial, agricultural, and more.  While some of the modern technology companies may have demonstrated an ability to prosper without a physical presence, many if not all of these companies have founders, […]

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Outside General Counsel

There is a middle ground between business owners dealing with legal issues independently and incurring the significant financial burden of full-time legal staff.  This middle-ground solution is outside general counsel, a service routinely provided here at Kincaid Business & Entrepreneurial Law, LLC ® for entrepreneurs, freelancers, startups, and small and medium-sized businesses throughout Kansas and […]

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Workplace Discrimination Law

Employers cannot discriminate against a person on the basis of a legally protected class — race, religion, color, sex, disability, ancestry, national origin, age, or genetic information. Specifically, they cannot refuse to hire, terminate, or discriminate against — with regard to wages or other terms, conditions, or privileges of employment — a person because of […]

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