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Works at Blue Maven Law, LLC
Attended University of Missouri–Columbia
Lives in St. Louis, MO
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For the introverts and Susan Cain fans out there ... TED Talk Video: The Power of Introverts
In a culture where being social and outgoing are prized above all else, it can be difficult, even shameful, to be an introvert. But, as Susan Cain argues in this passionate talk, introverts bring extraordinary talents and abilities to the world, and should be encouraged and celebrated.
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Great piece about using transitional services agreements for transitioning a business to the new owner
A transitional services agreement (TSA) can help speed up the transition of ownership of an urgent care center from the seller to the buyer.
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This is an interesting piece. What does it say when someone in the music industry calls you cutthroat?
 
The United States Department of Justice is looking into Apple's aggressive business practices against Spotify. 
The Department of Justice is looking closely into Apple’s business practices in relation to its upcoming music streaming service, according to multiple sources. The Verge has learned that Apple has...
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Paid $5 for mine last night. Disappointing score, but always great to be in Busch Stadium.
 
$6 Cardinals tickets... you know you want them.

On sale now at http://atmlb.com/1DT7lBW while supplies last! 
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Why I Am A Solo - Money Can't Buy Happiness.
Okay, I am primarily a solo because I don't play well with institutional bureaucracy. But, this article about the elusive metric "happiness" touched a chord with me. I have always valued the autonomy of a solo practice more than money, prestige, or any other metric measured by my big law counterparts. You can't put a price on the lack of the necessity to attend boring firm meetings, lack of need for coordination of everything I wanted to do with a group, and all the other problems of a group practice dynamic. I make a lot less money than big law partners; but, I go home when I want, and I go to work when I want, my parrots have a home in my office, and the bills somehow always seem to get paid. I have always believed that the money was only important if you didn't have enough to keep the lights on, and that I wanted the freedom to take off whenever I wanted to. Yes, less money comes with the territory; but, my family has never gone hungry. And, while law practice is stressful at times, given client demands, it is a lot less stressful when I feel in control of my time and my life.  It never pays to put off "being happy". I will be happy today, if you don't mind.
Todd D. Peterson, a law professor at George Washington University, works to help students avoid unsatisfying careers.Credit Vanessa Vick for The New York Times
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The same old advertising techniques will not always work on the new generation. In particular, the millennials are proving to be a challenging market. 
The nature of media and advertisement is constantly changing. With every new generation, old rules have to be reconsidered or thrown out when ineffective.  The same old advertising techniques will not always work on the new generation. In particular, the millennials are proving to be a challenging market. They are, as [...]
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"Busy" Should be a Confession, Not a Boast
Let’s Ban the “Busy” Brag
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Really interesting!
 
Why did an astronomer at the Space Telescope Science Institute risk his job to point Hubble at "nothing" for 100 hours?
In 1995, astronomer Bob Williams wanted to point the Hubble Space Telescope at a patch of sky filled with absolutely nothing remarkable. For 100 hours. It was a terrible idea, his colleagues told h...
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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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corporate attorney, contracts aficionado & outdoor enthusiast
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