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Four Takeaways from Super Bowl L

The Broncos and the Panthers played a historic Super Bowl, not only because of the milestone number, but also because of the many small things that occurred during and after the game. It may very well have been Peyton Manning’s sendoff. The game itself surprised many because the real question beforehand was if Denver’s vaunted [...]

By | February 12th, 2016|Legal Strategy, Philosophy|0 Comments

Tragedy in Paris, Part II: Taking Legal Action

Letters of Marque & Reprisal Over the past ten days, the response to the Paris massacre has been swift and deadly. AA, Daesh’s team leader, was killed in a shootout with police. The day after the attacks in Paris, French President Hollande authorized a series of airstrikes against Daesh positions in Syria. Russian President Putin [...]

By | December 1st, 2015|Legal Strategy, Philosophy|0 Comments

Understanding the Difference Between Employees vs. Independent Contractors

Reduce Liability by Properly Classifying Independent Contractors [Florida] Throughout the Art of War, Master Tzu often instructs that the leader must depend on the quality of the army in order to wage war. In business, the CEO must create a team that will execute the business’ tasks on the path to success. An old adage [...]

By | October 26th, 2015|Art of Law, Legal Strategy|0 Comments

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

Choosing the Battlefield – Part I

Where to hold a legal event? The other day in court, I observed two lawyers arguing about where mediation should take place. The first lawyer, from a prestigious Florida law firm, argued that the mediation should not occur at the plaintiff’s office because the facilities there were not comfortable enough; therefore, it should be held [...]

By | August 14th, 2015|Art of Law|0 Comments