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A few years ago some friends invited me to join them for a game of paintball. I had never been to a paintball field before. I wasn't sure that I wanted to go. Don't paintballs go 300 feet per second?…

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Social Networking or Creating Evidence?

Social networking is the hottest thing going, from teens to professional to entire families. Individuals create accounts on social networking websites such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Yelp, to link with other people who share common interests. However, once you…

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Lessons From The Social Network

My wife and I finally got around to watching The Social Network last Saturday. It was a good movie and we enjoyed it, but it brought to mind some lessons that I thought might be useful to business owners and…

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Big Ideas for Growing Business

As the economy picks up steam and more businesses are formed and look to expand, all business people must seriously review their company agreements and shareholder agreements. The governing documents have become essential for every business, regardless of size. Company…

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It Depends

We were giving a presentation to entrepreneurs at the University of Houston Small Business Development Center and questions kept coming up that Charles or Elyse or I could only answer “it depends.” I know that it must have been frustrating…

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The Price of Trade Secrets

The term " trade secret" conjures up images of Kentucky Fried Chicken's 11 herbs and spices that make up its secret recipe. Or Coca Cola's recipe that is known to only two or three persons in the world. However, these…

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Vethan Law Firm Wins in Federal Court

Attorneys of The Vethan Law Firm won a $2.8 million jury verdict, Wednesday, November 17, 2010, representing the plaintiff in Civil Action No. 4:09-cv-02644; David Homoki dba Global Check Services v. Conversion Services, Inc.; in the United States District Court…

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