Tag Archives: Aimee B. Davis Law P.C.

Have You or Would You Consider Making an Impact Investment?

{3:48 minutes to read} Last week, a client asked me if I found being a solo practitioner rewarding. Without taking a breath, I honestly replied with a resounding “YES!” No disrespect intended towards my roots in Big Law! I appreciate … Continue reading

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Are You Looking to Use Crowdfunding? Consult with Your Lawyer First.

{3.30 minutes to read} “Crowdfunding” is a popular term bandied about these days. Love it or hate it, it’s a term with lots of different meanings to a corporate lawyer. Businesses’ use of these relatively new online investments and financing … Continue reading

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Are You Comfortable with the Cost of a Data Breach?

{4 minutes to read} While some people still shy away from online shopping in order to minimize disclosure of their personal data, it’s getting harder to keep personal information private and protected. In order to function effectively and efficiently in … Continue reading

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Are You Leveraging Your Network?

{3:54 minutes to read} At a recent networking event, several successful and highly-educated women told me that women habitually fail to effectively capitalize on their professional network. In 2015, the importance of networking has become ingrained in our professional psyches. … Continue reading

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Attorney Engagement With Social Media

{4:12 minutes to read} Social media has changed communication in both our personal and professional lives. When I worked in “Big Law,” appropriate law firm response to social media was still being debated.

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Don’t Be Your Own Attorney, Especially If You Aren’t One

{3:50 minutes to read} From the perspective of a corporate attorney with expertise in international M&A, financing, and private equity transactions and general commercial contracts, and a litigator with commercial, business and securities litigation experience… Since the Plain Writing Act … Continue reading

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Shifting the Risk of an Unanticipated Sales Tax Liability

{3:55 minutes to read}  Since the inception of sales over the Internet, retailers and other online distributors of goods and services have faced the question of whether to collect sales tax on their transactions. Divergent state sales tax laws remain … Continue reading

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Money Manager Believes Time May Be Ripe for REITs

It’s my pleasure to share with you some positive news recently published in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel about my client, Outfront Media, and REITs (Real Estate Investment Trusts) in general. Click on this link to learn more.

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The Battle of the Forms

I recently waited a month and a half for comments from opposing counsel to a draft contract. It was finally returned to me in a different form, restating everything that was in the original draft and proposing certain changes to … Continue reading

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The Importance of Listening to Clients

As a solo practitioner, I have a greater personal investment than when I worked for someone else. All of the clients I work with are MY clients. There’s no longer the buffer of a large law firm in the middle … Continue reading

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