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COVID-19, Contracts and Force Majeure

Posted by Sean Cork | Apr 10, 2020 | 0 Comments

As social distancing and non-essential business closures continue, businesses face increasing financial pressures.  We have already explored some bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy options that businesses might explore.  Today we will discuss the extent to which contract law may be able to help those ...

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What Businesses Can Do Now If Bankruptcy Is An Option

Posted by Sean Cork | Apr 03, 2020 | 0 Comments

As the COVID-19 crisis continues, the unfortunate reality is that some businesses that were prosperous in normal times will fail.  We can expect to see a wave of commercial (and personal, but that is a subject for another time) bankruptcies as a result of this pandemic.  With that grim reality in...

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What Is Business Law? 4 FAQs Answered

Posted by Eric Anderson | Sep 27, 2019 | 0 Comments

After reaching into our mailbag we noticed a series of frequently asked questions about Business law. As you can see, Business law covers a broad array of legal areas ranging from federal tax compliance to contract review. Read on and see our answers to these FAQs What is business law? Bus...

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Thoughts on Juries

Posted by Eric Anderson | Sep 27, 2019 | 0 Comments

A look at the jury system and how some jurors can muck up the whole system when they ignore tha law. https://wrestlingwiththelaw.com/2014/07/10/how-fans-and-juries-screw-it-up-and-why-they-should-stop/

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Shares 3 Tips for Entrepreneurs Who Still Have a Day Job

Posted by Eric Anderson | Sep 27, 2019 | 0 Comments

Anyone who has worked in the financial industry will tell you that the old saying about becoming a millionaire is entirely true: The easiest way to make a million dollars is to start with a billion. Unfortunately, most startup founders don't have access to a trust fund of that size—or of any size...

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Sex Workers fight FOSTA

Posted by Eric Anderson | Sep 27, 2019 | 0 Comments

Did you know that today is “International Whores Day”? That is no euphemism either. It is for actual sex workers. And yesterday they went to Congress to make their presence felt as citizens. If there is anyplace where someone is bound to get screwed, it has to be Washington, D.C., but this last w...

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Revenge Porn and the Law

Posted by Eric Anderson | Sep 27, 2019 | 2 Comments

By Eric D. Anderson When Neil Sedaka wrote the song “Breaking Up is Hard to do”, he had no idea how hard it could be in the internet age. Break-ups are tough enough without worrying about sexual photographs of you displayed throughout the internet. But, today that has become a real concern for ma...

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