Tag Archives: Business Law

Let’s Go Work for Facebook!

{3:54 minutes to read} In last month’s blog, I mentioned that I regularly attend panel discussions, seminars and business development meetings to meet potential clients, confer with like-minded professionals, and learn new things along the way. I recently attended a … Continue reading

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Words Do Matter

{3:54 minutes to read} In interpreting legal documents, the words actually matter. A well-trained attorney is best suited to understand and explain to a lay person the implications of the presence or absence of certain words. I often feel like … Continue reading

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Practical Tools for Overcoming Momentum and Effectuating Actual Change

{3:03 minutes to read} Attention entrepreneurs and service providers: In January’s blog post, I asked whether you’ve set your 2016 business resolutions. This month, I’ve been thinking about practical tools for overcoming momentum and how to effectuate actual change. People … Continue reading

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What Does Due Diligence Bring to the Table?

{3:36 minutes to read} DUE DILIGENCE — words that make nearly every junior corporate associate in “big law” quake! Due diligence is a tedious and time-consuming process. Yet, it is a valuable, important and necessary component in every Merger & Acquisition … Continue reading

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Have You Made Your 2016 Business Resolutions?

{3:42 minutes to read} Happy New Year! January is a good time for businesses to look under the hood and kick the tires. The beginning of the new year provides an excellent opportunity to: Evaluate what marketing practices are working … Continue reading

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Is Legalese Making It Hard to Understand Your Options in a Negotiation?

{3:48 minutes to read} A lawyer’s success depends on the value of the legal services she provides to her clients. As a solo practitioner, I take this statement seriously, and I spend a lot of time thinking about how to … Continue reading

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Are You a “Rezooming” Attorney?

An interview: by Aimee B. Davis, of Debra Vey Voda-Hamilton, Principal of Hamilton Law & Mediation {3:48 minutes to read} The legal blogging community is gaining momentum. Not only do I blog about my personal experiences as a solo attorney, … Continue reading

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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 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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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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