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How operating agreements can solve debt/equity disputes (access required)

Private businesses often rely on infusions of cash from their owners — whether to start the business, fund its expansion or develop its next great product. The infusions can be small, such as amounts needed to get through a payroll ...

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What #FreeBritney can teach us about conservatorships (access required)

Amid the #FreeBritney movement and heightened media attention on Britney Spears and her current conservatorship situation, there has been increased public interest in conservatorships and their complexities. As attorneys who regularly represent clients in conservatorship matters and a forensic psychiatrist ...

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Sexual harassment prevention training that actually works (access required)

It seems like every few weeks a new sexual harassment scandal explodes across the headlines. In most cases, salacious allegations involve powerful politicians or well-known executives who often end up resigning in shame. In a futile attempt to defend themselves, ...

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Tips for preparing a strong in-house counsel resume (access required)

Resumes matter, particularly for lawyers who are seeking highly sought-after in-house positions. A recruitment professional takes about five seconds to decide how to act upon your candidacy. Your resume should look clean and organized and provide easy-to-digest, compelling information to ...

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Technology competence in the e-filing era (access required)

Technology competence: Nowadays it’s a must for lawyers. Five years ago, you may have been able to convince yourself that there was no need to be technologically competent, but no more. The writing has been on the wall ever since ...

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Lawyer’s first novel gives Mine Wars lesson (access required)

It is 1908 in Mingo County, West Virginia. Two brothers, Durwood and Bascom Matney, bury their mother; one of the mourners in attendance is a cousin from Richmond who will take the younger boy, Durwood, to live in her Monument ...

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Decide how you want to show up, then commit (access required)

When you think about the kind of professional you want to be, what comes to mind? What kind of impact do you want to make as a leader? As we navigate out of this pandemic and into our next chapter, ...

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