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Looking Closely at What Lawyers Really Do?

Looking Closely at What Lawyers Really Do?

  A potential client recently told me that he was going to use a non-lawyer service instead of me because the other service was more in line with his budget.  This is a common statement made to lawyers who work in business formation, trademarks, and contracts. The non-lawyer services industry has done a fantastic job […]

Should I Use A Contract For My Freelance Work?

Posted by on Mar 9, 2015 in Contracts | No Comments
Should I Use A Contract For My Freelance Work?

As a freelancer, you’re very good at your craft, whether that’s photography, graphic design, web development, or some other specialty.  You provide your services in exchange for a fee. Although you may love what you do, the service you provide is part of a business.  And with each client you gain, you’re forming a business […]

Website Terms of Service: Will Anyone Ever Read It? Yes… But Not Who You Think

Posted by on Oct 23, 2014 in Contracts | No Comments
Website Terms of Service:  Will Anyone Ever Read It? Yes… But Not Who You Think

Raise your hand if you’ve ever read a website terms of service agreement from start to finish?  … Anyone?  (People who do this for a living cannot participate in the survey) I’ll admit, I’ve never read one from start to finish in my personal use.  And sometimes I feel a little guilty about simply scrolling […]

Crowdfunding: Yes. That’s a Contract!

Posted by on Oct 15, 2014 in Contracts | No Comments
Crowdfunding:  Yes. That’s a Contract!

One of the more recent and popular tools in the entrepreneur’s tool box is crowdfunding for business.  Projects and ideas whose funding used to be left up to the whims of a generous uncle can now be funded by people who are genuinely interested in the project. The way it works is that you post […]

Why You Shouldn’t Draft Your Own Contracts

Posted by on Sep 17, 2014 in Contracts | No Comments
Why You Shouldn’t Draft Your Own Contracts

I’ve always been a consummate student of languages.  I began studying Japanese in high school and subsequently studied it in college along with a year of Chinese.  I figured that since Japanese and Chinese used many similar characters, Chinese would be a cake walk.  I couldn’t have been more wrong.  While I could easily get […]