by Nina L. Kaufman, Esq. on July 22, 2016

Teleclass: The Indispensable Partnership Agreement

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I’m happy to share with you that I will be the guest expert on the Business Partnership Tele-Forum series on October 23, 2007 at 1pm (EDT). And, surprise of surprises, I will be sharing my insights about business partnership agreements in my segment entitled “€œThe Indispensable Partnership Agreement.”€ If you’€™ve ever wondered: What is the value of […]

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by Nina L. Kaufman, Esq. on July 19, 2016

Giving Employees Time Off to Vote on Election Day

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Election Day is just around the corner, and I have to confess–I get a little misty when I enter the election booth and pull the thick curtains closed behind me. In so few countries around the world do people get to vote without coercion or fear of reprisal on who will lead their government. Whatever […]

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by Nina L. Kaufman, Esq. on July 16, 2016

Interview with Kat Gordon: The Art of Getting Paid

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As Kat Gordon, founder of the mom-centered marketing agency Maternal Instinct knows well, moms influence 85 percent of their household purchases.  There’s an art (and a science) to marketing to mothers.  Being a business owner, she also learned the hard way that there’s an art (and a science) to getting paid by your clients. Listen in […]

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by Nina L. Kaufman, Esq. on July 13, 2016

Murder is Not a Viable Business Partnership Exit Strategy

From The Times of India, comes this story of two realtors who murdered their business partner because he was cheating them.  You can’t make this stuff up.  It probably doesn’t need to be said, but I will anyway:  murder is not an appropriate or viable strategy for getting rid of your business partner. I can hear the […]

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by Nina L. Kaufman, Esq. on July 7, 2016

Should you invest in your dopey nephew’s business?

Ever been hit up to invest in a friend’s or family member’s business? Is it wise to do so—given that you know them so well? What steps should you take when asked to invest (or lend money for) a loved one’s business? Tune in to Wall Street Journal Radio, where I sit down with Veronica […]

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by Nina L. Kaufman, Esq. on July 4, 2016

Teleclass: The Indispensable Partnership Agreement

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As mentioned on my Making It Legal blog, I’m happy to share with you that I will be the guest expert on the Business Partnership Tele-Forum series on October 23, 2007 at 1pm (EDT). And, surprise of surprises, I will be sharing my insights about business partnership agreements in my segment entitled “The Indispensable Partnership Agreement.”  […]

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by Nina L. Kaufman, Esq. on July 1, 2016

5 Essentials for Non-Compete Agreements

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Well-crafted employment documents can protect your company from losing employees to the competition. You’ve built a company. You’ve created valuable intellectual property, and you have a great stable of solid clients. You need employees to move the business forward, but the last thing you want to do is spend valuable time and money training your […]

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by Nina L. Kaufman, Esq. on June 28, 2016

Do You Want More or Better Customers?

Who thinks more is better than less?  If you’re a seven-year-old in an AT&T ad campaign, more is definitely better than less—especially if it’s stuff you really like. But as a mature adult/business owner (ha!—don’t look at me), you know that “it depends.” Getting more of something isn’t always an unqualified “whoopee!” Many small business […]

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by Nina L. Kaufman, Esq. on June 25, 2016

A New (and Free!) Resource for Online Entrepreneurs

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Last week, the American Bar Association launched a new online resource to help individuals and small business owners with questions about setting up, launching and operating an online store or other e-commerce venture. As reported in Computerworld.com, among the sections covered at SafeSelling.org are obtaining a domain name, selling out of state and how to verify […]

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by Nina L. Kaufman, Esq. on June 22, 2016

Partnership Q&A: When your business partner is a lawyer

OK, so I’m somewhat biased, but I think lawyers can make for great business partners.  We have a knack for detail-orientation that many entrepreneurs would rather gloss over.  We’re careful, read everything, and tend to be risk averse.  A perfect foil for the stereotypically free-spirited business owner. But sometimes, it’s not such a good idea, […]

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