With the growth the internet and information technologies, more and more businesses are based completely on information technology: whether it is app development, social media, or online sales of physical products. Whether your business is an information technology business, IT services business, supplements its income with an online store, or is completely online, you may face issues not typically confronted by the brick-and-mortar storefronts and offices. Determining who and how much to tax, how to limit your liability in other states, and possible whether you need to register your business in other states are only some of the questions you may face.
The Law Office of E.C. Lewis, P.C. can help you with the setup of your information technology company, information services company, online business, help your brick-and-mortar store to have an online presence, or help your brick-and-mortar store convert to being solely online. She can help determine whether you should hire employees or work with independent contractors, the tax implications of information technology services, and what intellectual property you should protect in the process.
Having a background in IT, including earning a Masters of Science in Computer Information Technologies, Elizabeth Lewis at the Law Office of E.C. Lewis, P.C. knows what is important to online businesses. From helping you determiner company determine whether you should use open-source software to whether your web site has the proper disclaimers on it, Elizabeth Lewis can make sure that she is your Denver Software Attorney along with being your Denver Business Attorney.
***Please note, your online business needs to be registered or operating in Colorado for the Law Office of E.C. Lewis, P.C. to provide legal advice about general business questions. She can answer Colorado-specific questions for online businesses formed and operating in other states.***