- When you need a lawyer.
- How (relatively) inexpensive it is to set up a company, and why you must, must, must do this.
- Why people don’t have good contracts in place (and what you can do about it).
- How the “designed to…” approach from engineering is so useful in law and contracts.
- Why your technical people need to read (at least) the technical parts of contracts and agreements.
- Just because you got paperwork from a big, important company, doesn’t mean you have to sign it “as-is”.
- Red flags for contracts that may cause problems down the road.
- The simple way to pick your lawyer.
Plus, I recount the painful memory of the one time a client skipped out on an invoice.
La Posta Malbec from Argentina, 2014. Another big red, but really nice and smooth as it breathes.
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