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Before Seeking a Second Round of VC Funding, Ask the Following Questions to a Qualified Dallas Business Law Attorney

Dallas business law attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, weighs in on the pros and cons of getting more investors for your business. Your start up is doing quite well after its opening rounds, and you’re now making plans for expansion. However, don’t just rush into a second round

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Partnership Agreement Do’s and Don’ts: A Dallas Business Law Attorney Provides Perspective

Dallas business lawyer, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, discusses the potential pitfalls when close friends start a company together, and how to avoid them.  Few things can end a good friendship quicker than a business deal gone bad. Conversely, few things can ruin a company faster than a good

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Why a Qualified Dallas Business Law Attorney Should Review Your Vendor Contracts Before You Sign Them

Dallas business lawyer, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, discusses the potential legal pitfalls often hidden within vendor contracts. When negotiating contracts with vendors, or anyone else, for that matter, the basic rule applies: If it’s not in writing, you can’t enforce it. Many business owners mistakenly assume their vendor

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Dallas Business Lease Attorney Gives a Whirlwind Tour of Industrial Leases

Dallas business lease lawyer, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, talks about some of the more common types of commercial/industrial leases and the terms of each. Industrial leases can be far more complex than standard rental leases, with specific terms varying according to the type of facility, type of business

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5 Ways the Internet Threatens Your Intellectual Property: A Dallas Business Attorney’s Perspective

Dallas business lawyer, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, weighs in on the Internet’s effects on protecting intellectual property (IP). While the Internet certainly makes our lives easier, it also makes creators and inventors more susceptible to intellectual property theft. Let’s look at 5 common ways the Internet could make

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Dallas Small Business Lawyer Challenges You to Ask Good Questions

Dallas small business attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, examines how to extract useful and positive lessons from what happened to you in 2016. As an entrepreneur, you need to constantly evaluate your own progress to keep competitive. Stay optimistic, yes. But never lie to yourself, and stay grounded

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Dallas Business Law Attorney Goes Over the Challenges and Opportunities of the Trump Presidency

Dallas business law attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, explores the intriguing prospects of President-Elect Trump. What will his presidency mean for Texas entrepreneurs? For the economy? For the future of our nation? Many Americans consider Donald Trump a wild card – he’s unpredictable and different from any other

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Dallas Business Attorney Offers Insight into a Cool Strategy for Growing Your Company

In uncertain times, creativity can keep your business thriving. Experienced Dallas business attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, has collected useful insights to that end from the excellent business guide Great by Choice, by Jim Collins and Morton Hansen. Based on exhaustive statistical analyses, Collins and Hansen outline strategies

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19 Useful Questions to Ask a Prospective Dallas Business Law Attorney During Your Initial Consultation 

Dallas business attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, believes that the relationship between entrepreneurs and their attorneys matters hugely. You don’t have to be best friends with your lawyer, but you should feel at ease with, and experience some rapport with, him or her. To establish a solid relationship,

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Dallas Business Attorney Offers Advice for Drafting Clear Contracts

Dallas business attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, offer insights to entrepreneurs and owners about how to create contracts that are clear-cut and understandable for all parties. When drafting a business contract, the language you use is vital. Contrary to popular opinion, contracts shouldn’t be shot up with legalese

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