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July 30, 2019

Last month we talked about how to approach a collections situation where you worked very hard for someone else, providing them everything they asked, sometimes for hundreds of hours, but for whatever reason they didn’t pay you.

This month we will talk about a very similar situation where you provided goods or services and the other person isn’t paying you, but this time, it’s because they claim you ripped them off or screwed-up. This is the second...

One issue that comes up frequently between lawyers and clients is when *one* lawyer represents two or more interested parties at the same time. For instance, two business partners want to hire one lawyer to work on their partnership. What risks and advantages arise?

Disclaimer: The following information does NOT constitute legal advice and is only for general educational purposes.  Each situation is different and specific legal issues usually req...

April 29, 2019

This is the third article in this group...

Disclaimer: The following information does NOT constitute legal advice and is only for general educational purposes.  Each situation is different and specific legal issues usually require additional research and investigation, so do not rely on this article to address a particular legal issue; use this as a starting point to gain a general understanding.  This article, although educational in purpose and...

March 28, 2019

Introduction

Last article we discussed some tips for bidding on public projects. Why stop there? Let’s continue where we left off.

Disclaimer: The following information does NOT constitute legal advice and is only for general educational purposes.  Each situation is different and specific legal issues usually require additional research and investigation, so do not rely on this article to address a particular legal issue; use this as a starting poi...

February 27, 2019

Introduction

Public bidding projects (often called “procurements”) have billions of dollars for the taking by entrepreneurial contractors of all kinds, from plumbers to aeronautical consultants. Want to get in on the action? Here are some pro-tips (or bidding “hacks” or if you’re a gamer “hax”) to get you through the bidding process and maximize your chances and minimize your hassle.

Disclaimer: The following information does NOT constitute legal a...

January 29, 2019

Introduction

In the last article we discussed how indemnification clauses in contracts seek to protect one party from damages caused by another party. This picks up where the last one left off. Indemnification is basically a fancy wordy for reimbursement.

For instance, Party A Retailer sells a product made by Party B Manufacturer, that blows up in the face of Consumer C. C sues A & B. What happens if Party B Manufacturer “indemnified” Party A Retai...

December 30, 2015

“In the kingdom of glass everything is transparent, and there is no place to hide a dark heart.”

- Vera Nazarian, The Perpetual Calendar of Inspiration.

“No one likes to see their name on a government folder.”

- Stephen King, Firestarter.

In keeping with the holidays, I thought you might like to know a little bit about how Santa gets the goods on you.  More importantly, as a business owner (or maybe someone running a nonprofit) you have certain dut...

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