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September 28, 2017

Last month, I was lucky enough to participate in something called TBD Law, an invitation-only retreat for innovative lawyers (I hear you snickering folks) who are rethinking the way lawyers deliver services to clients. To say it was an amazing experience is an understa...

In November 2016, Arizona voters approved Proposition 206 which requires all private Arizona employers to provide employees with Paid Sick Time (PST) as of July 1, 2017. The new PST law places Arizona in line with approximately 60 other state and local laws providing f...

September 23, 2016

I have the privilege of spending a few hours every Wednesday morning with an incredible group of women business owners. I have learned so much from them, including how to dashboard, measure, market/brand, face challenges and “wrastle” demons. At least once a year I sha...


If you hired employees, consultants and contractors on or after May 12, 2016, you are required by law to make changes to a variety of agreements affected by the Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA). This applies, as well, to amendments to those agreements....

Salary Threshold Skyrockets to $913 per week ($47,476 per year)! The old salary threshold was $455 per week so the new threshold doubles the current salary threshold level. This threshold is lower than the $51,000 proposed by the initial rule, but still encom...

April 27, 2016

“Legal mumbo jumbo.” That’s what one of my clients calls most of the non-deal points of contracts. After we gleefully dance through all the fun business stuff - the things that make entrepreneurs light up - we invariably come to the buzz kill part of the meeting, where...

March 15, 2016

The fears from last summer about increases to the salary base for white collar workers who are exempt from overtime are back. Despite significant concern from some lawmakers and the business community, the Department of Labor sent its final rule revising white collar o...

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