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Think Before You Email!

{3:18 minutes to read} Have you ever sent an email you wish you hadn’t? The consequences can sometimes be catastrophic. One strategy for dealing with challenging or frustrating encounters is to write down everything you would like to say, and … Continue reading

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Is a Letter of Intent Necessary in an M&A Transaction?

{3:42 minutes to read} There’s a debate raging among transactional attorneys about whether entering into a letter of intent (LOI) in advance of negotiating a purchase agreement is a necessary step in the M&A process. An LOI summarizing the basic … Continue reading

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Embracing the Change of Season

{3:36 minutes to read} As Oprah is to bread, I love summer! I love basking in the sun and watching the waves crash on the beach. I love socializing with friends, cooking and eating fresh fruits and vegetables. I also … Continue reading

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Virtual Reality: Is It a Substitute for the Real Thing or Just a Novelty?

{3:48 minutes to read} July 1st, 2017: The day I experienced virtual reality. As an attorney with extensive experience in telecom & new media, I was first introduced to augmented reality (AR) nearly five years ago. In negotiating Non-Disclosure Agreements … Continue reading

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Do Your Clients Consider You to Be a Trusted Advisor or a Scribe?

{4:00 minutes to read} As a solo, my role has shifted over time from acting principally as a legal scribe to more of a trusted advisor to many clients. Occasionally, a client makes it clear they prefer me to stay … Continue reading

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Home Offices and the Practice of Law

{3:48 minutes to read} Seven years ago, when I launched Aimee B. Davis Law P.C., I was dubious about whether I’d secure the same sophisticated level of corporate transactional work I was accustomed to handling as an associate (and later, … Continue reading

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Coping with a Computer Crash? Let it Go! Let it Go!

{3:30 minutes to read} In February, I experienced every computer user’s worst nightmare. My computer crashed, and unless I was willing to pay $3,000 to a forensic expert (a/k/a a professional hacker), nothing was retrievable from the hard drive. For … Continue reading

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Do You Engage in Good Business Habits?

{4:24 minutes to read} Although Q1 2017 is in the history books, it’s never too late to re-evaluate your business habits and consider how they may be improved. Transitioning from an employee of BIG LAW to a solo practitioner was … Continue reading

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Can You Minimize Publication Costs by Forming an LLC in Albany?

{3:06 minutes to read} In New York State (NYS) every new limited liability company (LLC) must announce its formation by placing notices in two publications for a period of six weeks, at a cost of up to $2,000. This revenue … Continue reading

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Giuliani to Be Cybersecurity Advisor?

{2:54 minutes to read} In light of the hacking allegations into the DNC’s and Hillary Clinton’s emails during the 2016 presidential election, I’ve been thinking about cybersecurity. Throughout my career, I’ve focused on the use and protection of confidential information, … Continue reading

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