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Category: Legal

Garrett Sutton
Garrett Sutton joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the increased emphasis on force majeure aspects of contracts going forward following the pandemic, especially by insurance companies.
Garrett Sutton
Garrett Sutton joins Jim Blasingame to report on the reasons you should already be incorporated in order to protect your personal estate, and how to deal with your landlord during the pandemic.
Garrett Sutton
Garrett Sutton joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why we should start noticing how corporations demonstrate character and values during the pandemic, and why force majeure will be a hot topic for some time to come.
Debra Fine
Debra Fine joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how some states are dictating how small businesses operate their businesses, and the slippery slope that creates going forward.
Scott Aurnou
Scott Aurnou joins Jim Blasingame to report on the increasing effectiveness of cyber-criminals as they increasingly target specific businesses – like yours – rather than use a broad net, like spear phishing that delivers ransomware.
Sarah Hiner
Sarah Hiner joins Jim Blasingame to report on the good and not so much about creating a will online, plus how to make sure Amazon sends you the product you intended to buy.
Mark Cohen
Mark Cohen joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how to modify the application of the rule of law as it is made available to everyone, including the least of us, in part by adopting and adapting to 21st century technology.
Mark Cohen
Mark Cohen joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the shortcomings of the current, analog court system in the U.S., and suggest reforms that would make the system more accessible and fairer for more people.
Mark Cohen
Mark Cohen joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the shortcomings of the legal landscape as it’s applied to the least of us, including small businesses, and how to begin that reform.
David Dawsey
David Dawsey joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the many aspects to creating, developing, protecting and defending your intellectual property, which could be as simple as a delivery schedule.

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