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Getting the Deal Backwards

October 12, 2013

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Business owners who are selling their business or persons looking to buy a business sometimes treat the legal services as an “add on,” a simple implementation to “document” the deal which the buyer and seller have already worked out between themselves. In this paradigm ‘the lawyer is but a necessary evil to be sure the […]

Construction Law Transactions, Contracts and Disputes

July 17, 2013

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Construction Law Transactions, Contracts and Disputes  The Hudspeth Law Firm – Serving the Construction Business Community  Are you an out-of-state company starting or buying a construction company in Arizona? Do you need help with the Registrar of Contractors licensing process?  Do you have “Qualifying Party” questions?  Are you starting your own construction business to take […]

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 […]

Let Us Now Praise Opposing Counsel

May 14, 2013

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LET US NOW PRAISE OPPOSING COUNSEL Law Offices of Donald W. Hudspeth, P.C. | By Donald W. Hudspeth, ESQ.           Let us now praise opposing counsel. The good they do can live after them.[1]         Roughly, seven out of ten cases the firm receives are in the conflict stage.  The client is being victimized by […]

Music in the Office

May 7, 2013

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MUSIC IN THE OFFICE             I have been asked to address the question of music in the office.[1] We live in an age where music is readily available by cell phone or online and portable by CD. A.    The question is: “When and under what conditions, is it appropriate to play your personal choice of […]

And the Answer is…………

April 24, 2013

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  And the Answer is … Law Offices of Donald W. Hudspeth, P.C. | By Donald W. Hudspeth, ESQ. The firm often receives calls asking about the price of X, where “X” is, say, forming an “LLC.”  This question presents a number of issues; for example: 1. How do you know you need “X?” While […]

Partner with Small Business: How the Hudspeth Firm Enables Start-Ups and Growth Companies

April 9, 2013

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PARTNER WITH SMALL BUSINESS: HOW THE HUDSPETH FIRM ENABLES START-UPS AND GROWTH COMPANIES by Robert Miller A business law firm in today’s economy needs to respond nimbly and effectively to meet the urgent demands of start up companies and its entrepreneurs. We strive to meet the pressing needs of raising capital, creating strategic partnerships and […]

Attorney-Client Privilege for Transactional Attorneys

April 9, 2013

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Attorney-Client Privilege for Transactional Attorneys Attorney-Client privilege is a particularly tricky issue for attorneys who handle business transactions in Phoenix, as they so often have clients for both legal and non-legal services. A client who requires legal services is protected by quite strict attorney-client privilege ethics rules. However, a client who is provided strictly non-legal services […]

What Standard Must be Met for an Emailed Contract to be Considered Valid?

December 11, 2012

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Law Offices of Donald W. Hudspeth, P.C. | By Donald W. Hudspeth, ESQ. blog.azbuslaw.com/ – Monday, November 05, 2012 10:14:20 AM Caption: The legal aspect of what constitutes an emailed contract as being valid is being disputed. Issue Codes @blog.azbuslaw.com Arizona LLCs Contracts & Transactions A new ruling that could affect how Phoenix law offices […]

Are You What You Sell?

December 11, 2012

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Are You What You Sell? (Especially if you own a small business?) Law Offices of Donald W. Hudspeth, P.C. | By Donald W. Hudspeth, ESQ. I. Who Are You? (And, do you really want to know?) From the beginning of recorded time we (well, maybe not you and me personally but some of us) have […]

Where the Jobs will be in 2020

October 6, 2012

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Urban areas with high demand for educated workers are the best bets for finding work. By Philip Moeller September 10, 2012 RSS Feed Print We know which kinds of jobs will be most plentiful over the next eight years until 2020. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects that positions in healthcare and social […]