Every Friday, I'll send you an email with the few insightful articles that I think are worth your valuable time as a construction financial manager.
Sometimes, they will be about finance or construction law. Oftentimes, however, they are just about business, or life. This is something to help folks grow as a construction finance professional.
It came about because I read so many articles and want to write so much content about what I've read and learned...but who has the time. So, I'm curating some of the best stuff from each week and building some communication based on it.
Engage with me about my selections. I'm really looking forward to this weekly email to open the door for me to communicate and engage with our growing audience.
A few decades ago this message really resonated with folks. We live in a really interesting time. A generation where police officers are recorded with phone cameras. A generation where Uber can pop up in 100s of cities "illegally" and render the local ordinances irrelevant. What does this mean to the "law?"
I wrote this article as an open letter to the legal industry. I'm a licensed attorney, but left the practice of law. This article examines what is happening to the taxi industry with Uber to challenge the legal industry to do some soul-searching and make itself better.
Folks are going to fight the law. The law will win. The legal industry...it may lose this time.
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