We have a guest blogger on Direct Talk today - Matthew Nis Leerberg, an appellate lawyer and author from the Fox Rothschild law firm. Matt leads Fox’s national appellate team, which serves clients before the U.S. Supreme Court, every federal circuit court in the country, and more than 20 state appellate courts. Matt is also widely recognized for his work as a litigator and strategist, protecting clients in bet-the-company and other high-stakes litigation. In a busy election y
Starting or running a business is hard. But you got this!
Here are five things you are doing right that should increase the odds that your enterprise will be strong and successful: Appreciation. You treat your customers well and your employees better. It is easier to keep an existing customer than to acquire a new one. Employees are the first experience with your business and its culture. If they are happy, and well-trained, they will take better care of your customers. E
A client recently had a tax issue and wanted me to help them find a CPA to advise them. One of the benefits of having a personal lawyer instead of using an online service is that I have connections to vetted professionals in the community. You all saw in the past two weeks how different professionals see issues facing small businesses in a different lens. I posted about mistakes you might make in forming your own entity, and a financial planner had other mistakes he sees.