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You may roll your eyes and picture your grandmother waggling her finger in your face saying, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, young lady,” but she was right. How simple would it have been to floss regularly, instead of having to go through the time and expense of filling a cavity? My husband […]

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Post image for How to Choose a Business Partner Who Won’t [Bleep] You

In my more than 15 years of practicing law and working with entrepreneurs, I can say there is at least one bright spot in the world of business partnerships. Now, I haven’t done a formal survey or hired a company to run focus groups, but I’ll say this based on what I’ve seen from working […]

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My colleague Rush Nigut recently posted a piece in his blog about a little-known provision of Iowa law that could invalidate shareholder agreements after 10 years. Think about it: You’re humming merrily along with your business partner, thinking you’re covered (because of COURSE, you hired an attorney and worked out an agreement), and your partner […]

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Drum roll, please . . .  I’m at T minus 16 for the launch of my latest product, The Entrepreneur’s Prenup: How to Choose a Business Partner Who Won’t [bleep] You.  It’s a home-study course that will take you through the top issues to consider when choosing a business partner and how you can screen […]

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Post image for Getting the most from your attorney

Okay, I get it.  We’re a big ticket item.  We come with a bad reputation.  We can be nasty and ugly (although I’m kinda cute) and speak in a strange jargon . . . where it seems we’re deliberately trying to play intellectual one-upmanship games with you to let you know who’s the smartest guy/gal […]

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Have questions about business partnerships you’d want to “Ask The Business Lawyer“?  Listen in–TOMORROW, 7/30 at 2 p.m. Eastern, I’ll be on BlogTalkRadio, speaking with The Sassy Ladies about “Business Prenups: How They Can Save Your Business From Going Bust!” Business partners are like spouses: Choose the wrong one, and you’re in for a hellish ride. Your […]

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Post image for Your Client Base: Silk Purses or Sows’ Ears?

Are we taking whatever walks through the door because we’re afraid there won’t be another piece of business .  .  . ever? There’s an old adage, “You can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear.” You could have the best possible systems in place for handling your clients and delivering your services. But […]

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My colleague, Deborah Shapiro, Esq., reminded me of a recent change to New York State employment law. In short, beginning October 26, 2009, New York employers must inform newly hired employees in writing, at the time of hiring, of their pay rate, regular payday and, if eligible for overtime, regular hourly rate and overtime rate.  […]

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