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Stupid contract clauses and where to find them

By John W. Tulac Four score or so years ago, the Dean of Yale Law School, addressing lawyers of the American Bar Association, said: “There are two things wrong with legal writing. One is style. The other is content.” Things are not much better today. Reading contracts is necessary, but …

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Exceeding Expectations

By Tim Kolacz Isn’t it fun to go into a store when you are looking for a fight over a product that you think you got the short end of the stick on, only to receive the best customer service of your life? Or when you order from your favorite …

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Small Business Cybersecurity Basics

By Ryan Kincer Technology has become a prominent and indispensable part of everyday life for every business large and small. As technology continues to advance, so has the proliferation of cybercrime which is estimated to hit $6 trillion in damage costs annually by 2021. Cybersecurity is the term used to …

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A Splendid Little Trade War

By John Tulac Teddy Roosevelt referred to the Spanish American War of 1898 as a splendid little war.  It didn’t last long and it didn’t kill a whole lot of people.  It created the American Empire, even though the United States never considered its new holdings colonies or part of …

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How to Estimate Startup Funding Costs

By Eugene E. Valdez AKA The Loan Doctor As a business loan consultant one of the most common questions I am asked by my CEO clients is “How do I determine how much money I need to start a business?” It is well documented that one of the principal reasons …

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Providing Solutions?

By Tim Kolacz As we are moving into March, most businesses are humming right along with their business plan that they created in November of last year (or about a week ago) and are working away at the goals that they set. These could be sales goals, education goals, or …

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