The Corporate Law Group

We’re not like the other guys

We work for you, the founders, not your investors. We can help you avoid the speed bumps and take advantage of the fast lanes. We love helping entrepreneurs pursue their dreams and realize their vision. We can help with protecting intellectual property, forming your business, venture capital, corporate governance, securities, licensing, and employment matters. We believe in free minds, free markets and the creativity in every person. Do you have what it takes to build a company? Do you have a passion? If you’re that person, call us.

Due Process, Glass Houses, and Stones

We are devolving our society to a judgmental, humorless, forgiveless, game of “gotcha!”  Anyone celebrating that?  Not us.  If only more of us would withhold judgment until we know more, that might be good.  Maybe the right answer when a reporter shoves a microphone in our face is, “Don’t know […]

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Welcome to 2019

Random musings on starting a New Year. No resolutions. Just sharing a few things that interested us in 2018. Hit the links that interest you.  My brother suggested that the Kingkiller Chronicle by Patrick Rothfuss was the best fantasy saga he’d ever read. The first two books, Name of the Wind, and The Wise Man’s Fear were […]

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The Golden Rule

Merry Christmas!  Everyone knows the Golden Rule.  Every culture, religion, and society, has a version of it.  So, why not practice it?  In your business.  Starting now. Wouldn’t we all enjoy our lives more if those around us were doing to us, what they’d like done to themselves?  Wouldn’t that […]

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The Cronies

GM is now closing plants and firing 14,000 people right before Christmas. Please get the government out of commerce. As quickly as possible. Government screws up everything it touches and it protects the elites. They used $50,000,000,000 of YOUR money to protect a failing car company, which then lied about […]

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Should Non-Owners Run Businesses?

A bill introduced into Congress would force public companies to operate at the behest of non-owners. In other words customers, employees, etc. would “run” the business alongside its shareholders and their elected board members. Is this a good idea? Nope. It’s not even close to a good idea. It creates […]

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