Aimee B. Davis Law P.C.

Money Manager Believes Time May Be Ripe for REITs

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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. Aimee B. Davis Law P.C. 917-617-2243 122 Ashland Place… Continue reading Money Manager Believes Time May Be Ripe for REITs

The Battle of the Forms

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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 the deal. I call this creating an unnecessary “battle of… Continue reading The Battle of the Forms

The Importance of Listening to Clients

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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 of my client interactions. I’m not looking to impress… Continue reading The Importance of Listening to Clients

A New Perspective on Business Law

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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 corporate and transactional attorney proved to be an excellent… Continue reading A New Perspective on Business Law