Author Archives: aimeebdavis

The Inhumanity of Virtual Networking

{3:30 minutes to read}  As a corporate transactional attorney for the past 24 years, I think it’s fair to describe myself as a senior statesperson in the NYC business world. I’ve been at it so long I don’t remember who … Continue reading

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Legal Brush Strokes – The Convergence of Art and Technology

(4 minutes to read}  In July’s blog, I discussed the convergence of the fashion industry with new technology. Now, there’s a hot new convergence of the art world and technology. In fostering her own “second act,” actress Portia de Rossi … Continue reading

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Real Estate Leasing and Consideration of the “Silent” Issues

{3:48 minutes to read}  At Aimee B. Davis Law P.C., I often represent tenants entering into either billboard leases or commercial space leases. In real estate leasing, it is customary for the landlord’s attorney to serve up the first draft, … Continue reading

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When Legal Issues Become Business Decisions

{3:30 minutes to read} As a transactional attorney, I typically spend time trying to cap or limit my client’s indemnification obligations when negotiating contracts. The word “indemnity” is a legal concept, the meaning of which may not be familiar to … Continue reading

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The Value of Having Multiple Relationships Within a Client’s Organization

{3.30 minutes to read}  For over 20 years, I’ve represented clients in the fashion merchandising industry. Since launching Aimee B. Davis Law P.C., my expertise in this space has been enhanced by my other specialties in new media, telecommunications, and … Continue reading

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A Networking Lesson and Reflections on a Professional Journey

{3:36 minutes to read}  Last month, I focused on the value of my mentors. Coincidentally, I recently came across a person on TV who refers to himself as “The Superconnector.” Chris Winfield advises new college graduates to connect with the … Continue reading

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Do You Have Any Professional Idols?

{3:30 minutes to read}  Over the course of my 25-year career as a transactional attorney, I’ve developed an expertise representing clients in new media, as well as the cable television, telecommunications and outdoor advertising industries. As such, I’ve seen the … Continue reading

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The Importance of Maintaining Integrity

{3:12 minutes to read}  For over 10 years, I’ve had the privilege of knowing and being mentored by Debra Forman, a certified executive coach and the founder of Pinstripe Coaching, which specializes in consulting to lawyers and law firms. Debra’s … Continue reading

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How Can a Solo Attorney Satisfy All the Clients All the Time?

{3:18 minutes to read}  This was one of many questions I asked myself when starting my solo practice. The answer is they can’t. I am not an expert in all aspects of law, and I can’t answer every client question. … Continue reading

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Achieving Greatness: Developing the Confidence to Overcome Challenges

{3:24 minutes to read}  I have a client who started his own business last year. We recently had a conversation about the challenges he faces. While on some level, he “knew he could do it,” he expressed concern about the … Continue reading

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