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For me personally, the timeline of events surrounding the discovery of Lenovo’s SuperFish malware is ironic. Just a couple of days before it was discovered, I had a telephone call with a friend named Jon Stanley. Jon is someone I consider to be an elder…
For me personally, the timeline of events surrounding the discovery of Lenovo's SuperFish malware is ironic. Just a couple of days before it was discovered, I had a telephone call with a friend nam...
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When blogging or writing your content and even in emails, be sure to check your grammar!
When you go hunting online for help with grammar and style, check out these very helpful, free grammar websites for bloggers, writers and content creators.
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New Blue Maven Law blog post: Meet the Team -- Bill Ellis

It takes a team to build a quality business. Partly because no single person has all the expertise that’s required. And partly because no one has the time to do everything that needs to be done. According to Michael Gerber in The E-Myth Revisited, most…
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This is a great intro primer on purchase price adjustments in M&A deals.
When undergoing a sale of an ambulatory center, the purchase price adjustment provisions can be difficult to understand. Here, we give a brief overview.
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Thinking about raising money from angel investors? Here are a few things to think about.
If you’ve been unsuccessful in your efforts to secure funding for your new venture, an angel investor may be the answer. Angel investors specialize in providing financial backing for small-business owners and entrepreneurs during the startup phase and beyond. While the money they bring to the table can make the difference in whether your idea …
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Of course, Google is tracking your every move. We all knew that, right? Right?
I was in Chicago this week for the Clio Cloud Conference, where I sat in horrified disbelief as keynote speaker Cindy Cohn, legal director of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, described the ...
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Business cards aren't a page out of history; they should be a play in your book of business tricks. Here's how.
With most business being done digitally, you might think that business cards don't matter anymore. But they can offer a lot. Here's why they're still important for business and how you can get the most out of yours.
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An absolute must read.
Though he hasn't scored a touchdown, has started just four games and amassed only 88
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If you're a runner, you'll want to read this piece about gait analysis.
A Tool to Precisely Spot Stride Problems and Stop Joint Pain and Injury
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Is the JOBS Act a disappointment? Do you have to ask?
A discussion of the private company provisions of the JOBS Act that have been disappointment so far, including crowdfunding and general solicitation.
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In this refreshing piece, a social media pro admits what we already know but pretend otherwise: social media takes a lot of time.
By implementing these simple steps, entrepreneurs can stay on the forefront of the social-media sphere while also growing their following across social channels.
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Bryan Stolle wrote a great piece on Forbes about startups pricing their products. What Do you think?
In this post, I outline the methodology for making sure that startups don't charge well below both the purported value of the offerings and what the market should be willing to pay. And one thing I know for sure – it is far harder to walk a price up, than to walk it down!
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It's tough with startups because they tend to have scarce resources at the beginning, but I agree that not nearly enough emphasis is placed on the value of market research.
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corporate attorney and contracts aficionado
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small business mergers and acquisitions; commercial transactions
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  • Blue Maven Law, LLC
    attorney, 2014 - present
    Blue Maven Law is narrowly focused on doing deals and nothing else. The law firm is highly focused on helping small business owners--and future small business owners--achieve their dreams by safely buying or selling their business. This is who Blue Maven Law is: •User-friendly, accessible, and responsive to the firm's clients; •Speaking real English, not legalese; •Fees that are straightforward and fair; •Focusing on clients' business priorities and on important legal issues; •Not getting bogged down in unimportant small stuff--in other words, keeping an eye on overarching business goals and getting deals done; and •Seeking to continuously improve clients' user experience and actively engage technology to serve the firm's clients faster, better, and for a more-rational fee. The name "Blue Maven" is derived from Brian Rogers's vision of a truly effective and relevant business law practice. "Maven" describes Brian's expertise in business law and his commitment to delivering top-notch legal services to every client and project. "Blue" is inspired by the book Blue Ocean Strategy written by Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne.
  • Evans & Dixon, L.L.C.
    lawyer, present
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St. Louis, MO
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PO Box 21716, St. Louis, MO 63109
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corporate attorney, contracts aficionado & outdoor enthusiast
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