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Entrepreneurs: A Philosophy

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Entrepreneurs: A Philosophy

Entrepreneurs—from start-ups to successful middle market multi-generational family businesses—have a common problem: access to capital.  I know.  I’ve been a business and deal legal counsel to them for 30 years.

Before continuing this first blog, a frame of reference: mine.

Each entrepreneur seeks financial security; few find it.  And even the minority that (in my opinion) have it, most either feel they don’t or fear they won’t.  I can, from hard-learned first-hand experience, speak to fears and desires of—and the ...

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Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act…

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Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act…

Better Opportunities, Similar (and somewhat less) Complexity

There is something new that really is exciting—for entrepreneurs and investors alike, as well as the America economy; it will have positive effects outside the U.S. as well.  This new legislation is a two-edged sword and has dangers both for entrepreneur and investor alike.  Sound advice is still needed for each, and yet it provides not just hope for entrepreneurial activity and jobs, but also the opportunity for action.

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