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The Last Jedi, Luke Skywalker, and Heroism in the Age of Trump

While Rules of the Game is largely intended to reflect on the rules, regulations, and incentives that help influence our lives, occasionally something hits close enough to home that I feel compelled to write about it on this blog.  This is one of those times.

Why Should I Have an Attorney Form my Corporation (or LLC)?

On occasion, I get asked to write blog posts or submit my thoughts on topics of interest related to corporate law, starting your own business, and the like for other websites or blogs.  A version of this post was originally written for The UpCounsel Blog and appeared on October 3rd.  You can find it here.  So […]

Financing Term Sheet Deep Dive: Conclusion

Whether you’ve only recently decided to seek out capital for your business or you’ve already received (or made) your first offer, the term sheet (or “letter of intent”) is an integral part of the process.   In this series we’ll look to shed some light on the legal language contained in that term sheet by taking a “deep […]

Financing Term Sheet Deep Dive: Rights of First Refusal and Co-Sale

Whether you’ve only recently decided to seek out capital for your business or you’ve already received (or made) your first offer, the term sheet (or “letter of intent”) is an integral part of the process.   In this series we’ll look to shed some light on the legal language contained in that term sheet by taking a “deep […]

TGIF: May 19, 2017 – On the Constitutional Oddity of a “Special Counsel”

Despite what you may have heard, lawyers are, in fact, human beings with interests and hobbies all their own. They are not, I repeat not, robots sent from the future solely for the purpose of billing hours, drafting documents, and negotiating terms.  Not all of them anyway.   In TGIF, I touch on some of my own interests […]