BY: Melinda F. Emerson / POSTED: Tuesday, October 8th, 2013
great info thanks
Great tips on looking for a lawyer. Thank you.
I’ve also found help going through local organizations that connect you with lawyers who offer pro-bono services.
Great advice. I am going to check out some in my area.
Fantastic tips! thank you!
Hi. As a small business owner, is it important to keep an attorney beyond the initial development of business contracts?
Great question, i’m interested in hearing the answer to that too.
What about putting an attorney on a retainer?
Very important info about disclosure/nondisclosure forms are; I learned that from working in the corporate sector.
Yes…Great tips. Thanks
Very good tips and nice reminder regarding asking for referrals and ensuring that your potential attorney is knowledgeable in the specific area of small business
This aspect is going to be important for me especially dealing physical activity and fitness.
Thank you for the information regarding martindale.com. Any information used to rate attorneys is helpful to make sure we get the exact help we are looking for. Now what is your perspective with having someone on retainer for all the initial documents?
Thx Great advice!
This is an area I really need to be more intentional about.
I want to have a long term relationship with the lawyer who represents my business. the guide lines you provided for our class to actualize the next steps are priceless. I’m re watching your video and taking notes and learning more about how to be practical in my legal process. Thank you
Solid tips, thanks for sharing!
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