GPSOLO - Table of Contents
Volume 21, Number 3
How Much Is a Business Worth?
The fair market value for your client’s business can take many forms, depending on how it’s evaluated and who’s doing the evaluating.
Family Business Lawyer: Hero or Villain?
Ann Massie Nelson
How to act within the rules without jeopardizing the whole production.
Excerpts from a Sample Engagement Letter
Anne E. Thar
Employer-Employee Issues: Eight Danger Areas
Marna M. Tess-Mattner
Your clients can stay out of trouble if they follow policies detailing the steps in hiring and firing, become familiar with federal and state laws, and document, document, document.
Negotiating a First-Rate Lease
Dorothy H. Ferguson
Practical suggestions on lease drafting and negotiating.
Beyond the Basics: More Danger in Forming a Business
Darrell G. Stewart
How lawyers can best help clients manage joint ventures, takeovers, and partnerships.
Nearly Everything You Want to Know about Nonprofits
Paula Cozzi Goedert
Additional judgment and vigilance are key to successfully working for nonprofits.
HIPAA: A Primer
Brush up on the basics of this law to make sure you and your clients are in compliance.
Software Police and Software Thieves: Know Your Rights and Stay Free
Dennis Kennedy and Wells Anderson
Violating a software licensing agreement can be as simple as installing a program with a single license on multiple computers.
When Clients Venture among the Capitalists
Julie A. Garella
How you and your client can present a business opportunity in an enticing and compelling manner.
A Piece of the Action
Joseph M. Hartley
The promises and perils of taking an interest in a client’s company.
From the Editor
Jennifer J. Rose
It’s Your Business
The Chair’s Corner
Lee S. Kolczun
The Bridge Ahead
General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division News
Diversity Fellows Sought; Annual Meeting Passport Info; Solo Day 2004 Lineup
Confessions of a Solo Attorney
Joan M. Burda
GP Mentor Joseph A. DeWoskin
Voices of Experience
In the Solution