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Opportunities in Growth of Global Middle Class

July 3, 2013

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WorthWhile Magazine Article Summer 2013 International Business

CONTROLLING THE IDIOT IN THE DEAL

May 14, 2013

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CONTROLLING THE IDIOT IN THE DEAL By Donald W. Hudspeth Esq.        When I was a young man starting in business I read the book “Winning Through Intimidation” by Robert J. Ringer. The book, though denounced by some at the time, was not really about intimidating people, but of not being intimidated by people, for […]

How the Internet is Destroying Small-Business Commerce and Legal Remedies – Destruction of Fair Business Practices

June 13, 2012

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By Donald W. Hudspeth, Esq.             The Internet is destroying the enforceability of small business contracts.[1] Here are a few examples: Case 1: Painting Company and the BBB. A house painting company (“PaintCo”) bid on and signed a contract with a home owner to paint his house. The contract had a three day cancelation clause […]

DO’S AND DON’TS ON HOW TO USE GOOGLE FOR LEGAL RESEARCH

January 14, 2012

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A few quick pointers on how to use Google (or Bing or Yahoo, Firefox, etc) for legal information. Do’s: 1. Do: Use Google for a quick definition of terms. Be aware it is best to have a law degree and several years experience to fully understand the ramifications of the definition. 2. Do:  use Google […]

BIG CASES DON’T JUST HAPPEN TO BIG, BAD CLIENTS

January 14, 2012

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BIG CASES DON’T JUST HAPPEN TO BIG, BAD CLIENTS I.  Size Does Not matter. An understandable, but false, assumption of some potential law firm clients is that a small case will cost less than a big one. After all, if I buy a small coffee I expect to pay less than I would pay for […]

LEGAL EVENTS AND LEGAL DOCUMENTS

January 14, 2012

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LEGAL EVENTS AND LEGAL DOCUMENTS             Over the years in my legal practice I have noticed that, much as I would wish, advise, and preach to the contrary, most of my business law clients come to the firm, not because they have recognized a need and seek to avoid or prevent some problem or event […]

Document Review in Litigation and Investigations

December 6, 2011

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What is written is fundamental to the Phoenix business laws, so obviously document review is crucial in the litigation process. It is a key to the discovery process. According to KPMG, first level document review can be anywhere from 58 to 90 percent of the total litigation cost. Doing it right is crucial to a […]

10 Common Mistakes That Business Owners Make….

July 26, 2011

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TEN COMMON MISTAKES THAT BUSINESS OWNERS MAKE By Donald W. Hudspeth, Esq. The following is an outline of a lecture I have given to the Edson Institute at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona as well as the Arizona Small Business Development Center and The students of my business law class at ASU in Glendale, […]

VIDEO – 10 Common Mistakes that Business Owners Make….Arizona Business Lawyers

May 6, 2011

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This came out at a lecture that I gave to my students at A.S.U.   These mistakes can be life altering events and these are mistakes that are made everyday…. SEE ALL “10 Common Mistakes That Business Owners Make“: The Law Offices of Donald W. Hudspeth, P.C. – Arizona Business Lawyer “The Business of Our Firm is […]

VIDEO: Owning a Business Before Becoming an Arizona Business Lawyer

May 6, 2011

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What I Mean by the “Business of Our Firm is Business”….. The Law Offices of Donald W. Hudspeth, P.C.  – Arizona Business Attorney – www.AZBUSLAW.com Business Law for Business Owners

VIDEO: I Tell My Clients that the Legal Brickhouse is Good for this Reason…

May 6, 2011

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Phoenix, Arizona Business Lawyer The Legal “Brick House” is like the 3 Little Pigs Story….If you don’t have a legal “brick house,” the first wolf that comes around may blow your house down.  Often, that wolf is inside your door.  For example if you don’t have…. The Law Offices of Donald W. Hudspeth, PC  – […]