Aimee B. Davis Law P.C.

Inspiring America One Business Woman at a Time​

{4 minutes to read} It was a terrific boost being reminded that I’m not blogging into the ether when I heard from Anne Pansard in response to my blog about the importance of authenticity in developing trust.

Developing Trust in a Remote Environment Part 2

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Developing Trust in a Remote Environment Part 2 {3 minutes to read}  So last time I concluded that trusting (advisory) relationships and new networking communities CAN BE (and, in fact, HAVE BEEN) created remotely during the Covid era. Nevertheless, since our new networking connections have been reduced to talking heads on a screen, it is more… Continue reading Developing Trust in a Remote Environment Part 2

Developing Trust in a Remote Environment

Developing Trust in a Remote Environment {4 minutes to read} Technology is remarkable, some of it new, some of it old, and if we leverage it effectively during the COVID years, we have a win-win!  Recently, one of my referral sources posed the question:  Can we grow our network and develop trusting (advisory) relationships with… Continue reading Developing Trust in a Remote Environment

COVID-19: The Black Swan Risk to Business

COVID-19: The Black Swan Risk to Business {3 minutes to read} I was anticipating increased M&A activity in Q3 since the Covid-19 lockdown began, but as spring turned to summer and we remained On-Pause, I realized that more industries than I originally thought would be significantly, if not permanently, disrupted as a result of the… Continue reading COVID-19: The Black Swan Risk to Business

To Be an Effective Communicator, it’s Okay to Be Silent

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When the COVID-19 lockdown began, I very quickly noticed the surge, and felt bombarded by, too many choices for online entertainment. Suddenly countless guided meditations, yoga classes, friends having Zoom cocktail hours, and virtual dance parties were available simply by clicking a link.

The Age of Uncertainty

The Age of Uncertainty {4 minutes to read} How can we regain some control in The Age of Uncertainty? 1. Increase kindness through our words, actions, and by the omission of certain actions. As my clients began adjusting to working from home, I made sure to tell them that my job is to lighten their loads… Continue reading The Age of Uncertainty

Your Biggest Obstacle is Fear

Your Biggest Obstacle is Fear {4 minutes to read} In October 2019, my life changed in several significant ways. Among other things, my stepmother was diagnosed with Stage 3 pancreatic cancer. This was devastating news to me, my family and many others because she is full of love, light, and grace. She faced her cancer… Continue reading Your Biggest Obstacle is Fear

Questions About the Confidentiality of Customer Lists

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Questions About the Confidentiality of Customer Lists {3 minutes to read} In order to maintain my license and remain an attorney in good standing in the State of New York, I’m required to attend 24 hours of continuing legal education (CLE) every two years. After 25 years practicing law, it’s become increasingly challenging (and this… Continue reading Questions About the Confidentiality of Customer Lists

The Inhumanity of Virtual Networking

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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 taught me the value of returning phone calls on a… Continue reading The Inhumanity of Virtual Networking

Do You Have Any Professional Idols?

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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 creation and proliferation of multiple distribution channels for media… Continue reading Do You Have Any Professional Idols?