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YOU LIED! Lessons in Business Fraud Prevention

In hindsight, I should have asked more questions. One of the most well known of Master Sun’s instructions is that “all warfare is based on deception.” The business community adopted many of Sun Tzu’s teachings in the last twenty years. Thus, in some manner, thousands of people engage in deceptive interactions with their fellows in [...]

By | October 20th, 2015|Art of Law, Legal Strategy|0 Comments

Insurance Companies Are Wasting Your Money

Ever wonder how an insurance company wastes your money? Here’s a perfect example of a complete waste of resources and money. Travelers Insurance Company responded to a demand letter I sent their client regarding a misleading auto sale. To convey their message, the one-page letter was emailed to me, after which I confirmed receipt1. It [...]

By | May 28th, 2015|Philosophy, Uncategorized|0 Comments

The Framework of a Deal

Donald Trump published a book many years ago titled “The Art of the Deal.” Dozens of articles are published every year about negotiating a better deal. This past week, the United States announced that a framework of a deal to restrict Iran’s ability to obtain nuclear weapons. However, the details still need to get worked [...]

By | April 7th, 2015|Contract Advice, Legal Strategy|0 Comments

Maneuver Litigation: A Marines’ Approach to Dispute Resolution

From the courtroom to the boardroom, our goal at Yolofsky Law is to help clients achieve their goals quickly and efficiently. Trust, technology, and communication are the key fundamentals that enable our firm to successfully [1] maneuver clients through legal disputes. Starting with the end in mind. Before a strategy for dispute resolution can be [...]

By | March 16th, 2015|Dispute Resolution, Legal Strategy, Philosophy|0 Comments

4 Ways to Draft All Your Contracts

“We just signed a major deal!” “I just put in a contract on a house!” “Click here to accept our terms and continue . . .” These phrases all have in common that a contract has just been made. Contracts are the cornerstone of business dealings. In some places, contracts are still made on handshakes [...]

By | March 10th, 2015|Contract Advice|0 Comments