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August 2014
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Purchasing Pre-foreclosure Property

If done properly, purchasing a pre-foreclosure property, locating and purchasing a property in a distressed or defaulted mortgage prior to the bank actually foreclosing, can result in finding a great property below the fair market value. Locating pre-foreclosure properties may be time consuming because often these properties are not listed for sale. There are a Read More

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Corporate Name v. Trademark

There are many valuable components of a business, but one of the more overlooked assets in a company is the name.  Not all forms of business names are the same though, and it is important to understand the difference between corporate names and trademarks. A corporate name refers to the formal name chosen to register Read More

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The Lost Art of Handwritten Thank You Notes and Face to Face Communication

It is interesting to see how our society has relied on technology, computers and smartphones as our preferred method of communicating with others.  Several months ago, I had the pleasure of working with an elderly client who rarely, if ever, accessed his emails.  He explained that things are much easier to settle over the phone Read More

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An Ounce of Prevention: Why Engage Corporate Counsel?

Business and commercial law generally falls into two broad categories: “Corporate” and “Litigation.”  Corporate law generally refers to the drafting and negotiation of various contracts.  Litigation is the resolution of business disputes, whether through the court system or through alternative dispute resolution.  As a litigator at a law firm specializing in business law and contracts, Read More

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