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Lessons from 20 years of law practice

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One lawyer reflects on two decades of practicing law and looking ahead to the time between now and retirement, with lessons learned that may be helpful to others.

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Commentary: Businesses beware of biometric privacy laws

Jordan Lewis

Technology is constantly evolving, powerful, and has become a digital storage locker for most of our personal and professional information, which necessitates more security of biometric data.

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Commentary: Despite initial win in court, insureds face tough challenge in citing COVID-19 as reason for business interruption claims

Nick Daugherty

As COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc upon our communities, businesses throughout the country are attempting to rebound from the effects of extensive shutdowns and suspensions of operations.

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Commentary: Legally structuring your physical structures

Illustration of words saying LLC, S-Corps, Liability

Just as a properly designed building foundation is critical to accomplish the goal of holding up the walls of the building, the properly designed legal foundation is critical to accomplish the owner’s goals relating to taxation, liability protection and exit strategies.

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