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Open For Business: National Entrepreneur’s Day On the Shelf

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National Entrepreneur’s Day is a commemorative day to encourage innovative business people creating new jobs and economic growth in the United States. Today’s holiday was created by presidential proclamation and first celebrated in November 2010; an enthusiastic startup lobbied for the day.  As the commemoration falls right before Small Business Saturday, the timing could not be better. People can celebrate their local entrepreneurs by shopping with them the following weekend.

Businesses touch on so many legal subject areas—contract law, employment and labor law, patent law, etc.– that most entrepreneurs will need to get legal advice, representation, or at least do some legal research. The Law Library holds a number of titles related to business law and law for small businesses in particular; lawyers and small business owners can come get some fuel for their innovation.

Fittingly, a bookstore (and coffee shop) does business inside the Storyteller Building in Thermopolis, Wyoming. [photo by Carol M. Highsmith. Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division. ]

KF1420.S68 2011  Spadaccini, Michael.  Ultimate guide to incorporating in any state : everything you need to know.

KF6310 .H37 2011 Harris, J.K. IRS tax secrets : the individual and small business owners’s guide to solving IRS and state tax problems.

KF1380 .S666 2011 Spadaccini, Michael.  Entrepreneur magazine’s ultimate LLC compliance guide.

KF1355.A65 T48 2011 Thomas, Karen. Ultimate book of business and legal forms for startups : 200+ downloadable forms and spreadsheets. 2nd ed.

KF1380 .S665 2011 Spadaccini, Michael. Ultimate guide to forming an LLC in any state. 2nd ed.

KF1355 .R445 2013  Reed, Stephen F.  Entrepreneurship law : cases and materials.

KF390.B8 C38 2014 Cavico, Frank J. Legal challenges for the global manager and entrepreneur. 2nd ed.

KF6491.K64 2015 Kohler, Mark J. The Tax and legal playbook : game-changing solutions to your small business questions.

KF889 .C433 2019 Cheeseman, Henry R. Business law. 10th ed. 

KF1659.F45 2018  Feldman, David N. Regulation A+ and other alternatives to a traditional IPO : financing your growth business following the Jobs Act.

KF1659.B38 2018 Batman, Jean L. Advising the small business : forms and advice for the legal practitioner. 3rd edition

KF6491.K34 2017 Kahn, Douglas A. Taxation of S corporations in a nutshell.

K1301.S63 2017 Small and medium-sized enterprises in international economic law. 1st ed.

KF1428.A15 M37 Marketplace lending and crowdfunding.

KFF234.F58222 2016  Florida small business practice. 9th ed.

KF889 .C4336 2016  Cheeseman, Henry R. Legal environment of business : online commerce, business ethics, and global issues. 8th ed.

KF1414.85.C48 2016 Chasalow, Michael A. Acing business associations : a checklist approach to business associations. 2nd ed.

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