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Monthly Archives: December 2009

FOUR GENERAL RULES ABOUT DEALING WITH LAWYERS

RULE 1 If you are being sued, it’s too late. Most small businesses put off hiring a lawyer until the sheriff is standing at the door serving them with a summons. Bad mistake. The time to hook up with a … Continue reading

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What’s a Business Brawl?

My website (www.BusinessBrawls.com) says a business brawl is a dispute about money. Well, OK. But really a Business Brawl is a business dispute over money where the people involved are unwilling or unable to compromise and work things out. (Even … Continue reading

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You just can’t be too careful

A friend of mine sent me this link to a California’s lawyers killing Several unbelievable things about this story but the one that will catch everyone is that the local cops have not ruled out suicide.  WTF?  Go out to … Continue reading

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Recent shooting at Virginia college proves the point

Recently a young man walked in to his classroom and opened fire on his teacher. Fortunately the teacher ducked behind his desk and then the rifle jammed.  What’s the point proven?  Be alert, drop to the ground, get behind something … Continue reading

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What should you bring to court?

Your lawyer should always give you a piece of paper (or email) telling you the Court you will appear in and its address, the Date and time of your hearing, the time you should be there to meet your lawyer, … Continue reading

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Dumb and dumber on an airplane

I was down in Florida on Thursday and Friday working. Took a couple of days and flew back yesterday.  Crowded plane. :(  But Dumb and dumber struck and I don’t believe it.  What happened you say?  Simple: The woman next … Continue reading

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Why do you need a litigation attorney?

Sooner or later (according to Forbes Magazine) you will need a trial lawyer because a deal will go bad and either you are being sued or you need to sue someone. After all, a contract or other agreement is only … Continue reading

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