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Spicer Rudstrom to Co-Sponsor Seminar at Tulane Law School

Spicer Rudstrom to Co-Sponsor Seminar at Tulane Law School

October 9, 2018

The Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law to Present a Dynamic and Provocative Business and Legal Seminar Celebrating 300 years of New Orleans International Business and Discussing How Law Can Help New Orleans Business Engage in More International Commerce On Wednesday, October 24th, 2018 the Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law will present …Read More


Why Do You Still Have All That Stuff? When and How to Purge Data

May 30, 2018

By: Julie-Karel Elkin On several occasions over the past few weeks I found myself asking, “why do they still have that data?” and there was never a good answer to my query.  In one case, the data being sought was over 10 years old, on a server from an old network, sitting under some dusty …Read More


E-AGREEMENTS AND E-DOCUMENTS – ARE THEY BINDING AND HOW DO I PROVE THEM IN COURT?

May 22, 2018

By: Albert McLean HISTORY OF E-AGREEMENTS  As more and more individuals and businesses utilize electronic commerce, more and more companies are using e‑signatures to execute agreements. To the “old school” folks who are still catching up with the advances of the computer age (like me), the question of the legality and enforceability of contracts executed …Read More


Lance Thompson Featured in Paradigm Magazine

April 24, 2018

The 2018 Spring edition of Paradigm, a publication for International Society of Primerus Law Firms, includes a special feature by Lance Thompson. Read the full article here: Paradigm – Are Your Business Secrets Really a Secret?


How to Take Control of Your Collections

March 13, 2018

By: Albert McLean I’ve been handling commercial collections for companies in the Memphis, Tennessee area for over 30 years and I have developed the following system for companies who would like to improve their collections.  The following tips are absolutely effective in maximizing collections for companies who follow them.  At the outset, I should state that …Read More


Business Practices to Proactively Avoid Litigation and the Exposure of a Lawsuit

February 5, 2018

By: Robert J. Uhorchuk There is, unfortunately, a high cost to litigation for any size business, and in some cases, there is significant financial exposure, depending on the type of lawsuit, facts and circumstances of the case, and the damages or claims asserted.  To help avoid the high cost of litigation and the exposure of …Read More


Debt Collection Considerations for Businesses: Recent Supreme Court Decision

January 25, 2018

By: Lindsey Shepard Businesses with consumer debts have a reason for concern following the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent ruling in Henson v. Santander Consumer USA. In June 2017, the Court unanimously ruled that third-party purchasers of debts are not “debt collectors” and thus exempt from the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (“FDCPA”).[1] This means that …Read More


Employment Law 101: Which Laws Apply to Your Business?

January 24, 2018

By: Steve Collins How many employment laws apply to your business?  Let’s count the ways, remembering this list is not exhaustive: 1.Title VII (42 U.S.C. 2000e) applies to employers with 15 or more employees. It prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin and pregnancy and retaliation against an employee …Read More


Are Cellular Hardware Companies Exposing Your Business’s Trade Secret Secrets?

January 23, 2018

By: Lance Thompson Business owners need to be aware that employees may be transferring trade secrets completely by mistake simply by owning a smartphone. Storing confidential information and/or trade secrets on cloud storage services can pose serious risks to the protection of that information. Typical sources of cloud computing include Google Drive, Apple’s iCloud, Dropbox, …Read More


How the New Federal Income Tax Affects Small and Middle-sized Business

January 11, 2018

By: Tim Singhel Every “individual” residing in the United States needs to know at least a quick and dirty on the major new changes to the federal income tax system that were signed on December 22, 2017.  After all, not many people want to read the 500+ pages of text that constitutes the entire recitation …Read More


TRADEMARK(ET)ING

December 18, 2017

By: Cameron Watson Trademarking is a valuable tool for ensuring the success of any business and something that businesses should consider from the get-go to stop potential infringing parties.  For that reason, every business must balance the competing ideologies of whether they want a brand that is more marketable or more trademarkable.  For instance, who …Read More


What You May be Forgetting About Your Website

December 14, 2017

By: Tim Singhel A business that wants to take greater advantage of the online marketplace by expanding its web presence by offering a customer portal for its goods and services has a lot to consider. Issues such as how to keep customer data safe from hackers and the security of the company’s own intellectual property …Read More


Your Small Business is Expanding – Now What?

October 5, 2017

By: Tim Singhel You have grown your small business from entrepreneurial dream through financing to fruition. You have nurtured it through early growing pains, expanded your client/customer based and achieved long-term sustainability.  You have evaluated your market penetration and capitalization.  After much thought, business consultation, possibly some sleepless nights and even some prayer, you have …Read More


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