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What is an Advocate?

An Advocate is someone who works on behalf of another person.  People in need of advocates are usually members of a population that may have significant challenges or roadblocks to resources, understanding or navigation within the legal system.   Common Types of Populations That Benefit from Advocate Help: Children  Abuse victims Poor Disabled Victims of crimes […]

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Can You Fire An Employee For Being Racist?

As an employer, it is well within your rights to terminate employees for essentially exercising very poor judgement, exposing and embarrassing themselves and, by proxy, the company they work for. Michael Henkel, Lisa Alexander, Robert Larkins and Amy Cooper. Do their names sound familiar? Chances are you may recognize these folks less by their names […]

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Employees Lying on LinkedIn. Should Employers Care?

More and more often I find myself sitting, mouth agape, absolutely mesmerized by what I find when looking at the LinkedIn profiles of people I am familiar with.  Specifically, their self-stated and fully fictitious resumes, experience, and education.  Social media, by its nature, is deceptive.  (Have you looked at the pictures on Instagram and Facebook […]

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Pay-if-paid vs. Pay-when-paid in Construction Contracts

What every subcontractor really needs to understand. One little word in a contract can make a big difference. Take for example the word “if” and the word “when”. If you are a subcontractor, your ability to get paid and when that payment will happen is dependent on whether the word “if” or the word “when” […]

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How to Handle a Reference Call On The Employee You Fired.

Consider the notion that no good deed or lapse in professionalism usually goes unpunished. Is there anything more dreaded for a business owner or manager than to have to put up with and eventually terminate a bad employee? Maybe. How about the uncomfortable reference check or inquiry regarding your old problematic employee? The situation gets […]

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L4SB Weighs in on NM Businesses Re-Opening During COVID-19

Larry Donahue shares best practices for businesses. ESPN Radio- http://www.1017theteam.com/ invited Larry Donahue back on on their program, Team Up New Mexico, to discuss the current business environment in New Mexico. Now that businesses have been given the “OK” for a gradual re-opening, business owners should consider best practices and learn about their options. You […]

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What Is an Annual Report and Why Is It Important?

Some states call it an Annual Report.  Other states refer to it as an Annual Registration or Statement of Information. At the end of the day, they are all essentially the same thing. An Annual Report, or whatever your state wants to call it, is information that business entities (Limited Liability Companies, Corporations, Non-Profits, and Partnerships) […]

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Frost Bank in San Antonio Encounters Patent Lawsuit

Frost Bank in San Antonio has been served recently with a patent infringement lawsuit by company Lupercal LLC. The lawsuit identifies Dallas as Lupercal’s place of business, yet there is no entity by that business name registered to do business in Texas, according to the Texas Secretary of State. Lupercal LLC appears to be a […]

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Understanding Contracts: How do Security Interests work?

Last Updated: No update. New article. Contracts are at the heart of business. At their simplest, contracts are the formalized agreement between two (or more) parties spelling out what each party is required to do and what benefit they’re expecting to get in return. But what happens when one party doesn’t — or can’t — […]

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