Author: Kristy Donahue

Kristy is the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) for Slingshot, the parent company of Law 4 Small Business (L4SB). She is an MBA with an undergrad in Psychology. Formerly a Sr. VP with Bank of Albuquerque, Kristy now leads the marketing efforts of 6 legal brands for the Slingshot group of companies.

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Rising Star: Alicia McConnell

We are pleased to announce that Alicia McConnell, an Attorney with Law 4 Small Business has been selected as a 2019 New Mexico Rising Star from SuperLawyers.com! This is an...

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What do I do if someone has copied my website?

Your company’s website is one of the most important pieces of your Business Plan. With more and more news of “The Retail Apocalypse” hitting brick and mortar stores like Sears,...

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Ask A Lawyer with Ian Alden

In our third installment of “Ask a Lawyer” we featured questions from Ian Alden. [Read it here: Ask A Lawyer with Ian Alden] Since his admission to the State Bar...

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Ask A Lawyer

Providing answers to real questions. Real life stories and real life answers; That’s what we look for when providing legal advice. Hypothetical situations are just that… hypothetical. We want to...

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NMCC Holiday Art Opening Success!

Thank you! Thank you to everyone who attended the NMCC Holiday Art Opening on Friday December 7, 2018. We were thrilled to be apart of something in our community that...

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NMCC Holiday Art Opening

Law 4 Small Business is excited to be part of “The Art of Healing” presented by Gallery with a Cause and the New Mexico Cancer Center Foundation; curated by Regina...

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Protecting Intellectual Property

A Familiar Story Imagine creating something amazing. It’s well made and appreciated by your peers and shared among them. You spend time thinking and rethinking your work, making it better...

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When We Work Together – We All Succeed

Too often businesses fail when they have a fixed mindset. They lack the ability to change and adapt, and often its due to the lack of partnership with other businesses...