Tag Archives: Business Lawyer

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

Posted in General | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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

Posted in Contracts | Tagged , , , , , , , | 7 Comments

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

Posted in General | Tagged , , , , , , | 3 Comments

A New Perspective on Business Law

Becoming a business owner helped me become more sensitive to the expense side of transactions.  This experience continues to inform and change the way I negotiate contracts and represent clients in general. One of my first transactions as a solo … Continue reading

Posted in Contracts, General, Joint Venture & Private Equity Transactions | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments