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How The $2 Trillion Coronavirus Stimulus Package Could Help Your Small Business
Business, COVID-19, Featured

By Jamie Marcario Your small business will have access to $350 billion in forgivable loans, but it will have to meet certain requirements Late Wednesday, March 25, 2020, the Senate approved a massive package designed to cushion the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on Americans. The House plans to vote on the measure this Friday, […]

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Thrive Law Is Now THE Business Firm for Female Founders!
Business, Featured

Thrive Law’s fourth anniversary is drawing near. Since we opened our doors in 2016, we’ve learned some tough business lessons, bobbed and weaved when necessary, and come to truly understand the clients we are best equipped to serve and most passionately care about. As our very own Tampa Bay community claims its rightful place as […]

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To Sue or Not to Sue, That is the Question!
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Your Business “Dream Weaver” Could Be Your Attorney. Here’s How!
Business, Featured
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5 Steps to Avoiding Lawsuits Your Company Can Take RIGHT NOW
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What is Your Business Back-up Plan?
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Without these 4 Vital Legal Agreements, Your Business Could be at Risk
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Independent Contractors are the Bomb (That Can Blow Up your Business)! When and How to Hire IC’s Safely
Business, Featured

We get it. You’re the new biz on the block and you need help. But the thought of hiring employees freaks you out! Where will you get the money? So you hire an independent contractor (IC) instead. You pat yourself on the back. Maybe you tell your best friend, “I’m brilliant! I hired someone to […]

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The Donald, Jamie, and Intellectual Property?
Art, Business, Featured, Music

In case you missed it… Thrive Law’s managing attorney, Jamie Moore Marcario was recently interviewed by David Byrd, the host of American Cafe of Voice of America. President Trump recently announced billions of dollars of tariffs against China. The president said theft of intellectual property by China was one reason for his action. But what […]

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My Employees Oughta Know! Not if You Don’t Have a Written Handbook!
Business, Featured

Your company started small: just you, a computer, and your supplies in your garage apartment. And then almost overnight, you moved to an office downtown and added your first, second . . . maybe even your fifteenth employee. Or maybe you’re about to hire your first team member. Congrats on your growth! You’re clearly doing […]

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