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Episode 35: Non-Competition Agreements

There is no better time to learn about a non-compete agreement than right when the law changes! Tune in to hear Alexander and Peter discuss what past regulations were surrounding non-competes and what the new ruling says about them today. While you’re listening, make sure to think about whether you believe non-competition agreements promote or …

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Episode 34: Process Service

Everyone can picture the stereotypical media portrayal of someone handing over a stack of papers with the catchphrase “You’ve been served”. But have you ever wondered what the process is like? How are people notified once they’ve been sued? Alexander and Peter dive into why this process is so integral to our court system and …

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Episode 33: Buying and Selling Small Businesses ft. John Clarke

Whether you have the luxury of time on your side or not, when it comes to buying or selling a small business there are some vital steps that can make the overall process a win-win for both parties. In this podcast, Alexander and Peter are joined by John Clarke as they walk through their tips …

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Episode 32: Dealing with Negative Press

Have you been slammed by a negative article? Has someone purposefully tried to attack your company’s image? Tune in to hear Alexander and Peter’s advice on how to deal with negative press: what to do, when to do it and how to manage a movement against you. As they reflect on their experiences and share …

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Episode 31: Fraud Management

After last week’s informative podcast on the significance of internal controls, this week Alexander and Peter are back with their take on what to do once fraud has occurred within a company. While the first reaction might be to panic, Peter suggests that just the act of doing something – reporting the fraud to the …

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Episode 30: Internal Controls

In today’s podcast, Alexander and Peter discuss something important to consider for nonprofits: internal controls.    The term “internal controls” is a combination of accounting processes and legal procedures that an organization should put into place in order to make sure that the nonprofit’s money is being spent for charitable purposes. In other words, it …

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Episode 29: Unanimous Consent and Electronic Notice

For this week’s speedcast, Alexander and Peter cover an important topic in nonprofit governance—unanimous consent of board members and electronic notice. When nonprofits plan programs or take action of any sort, it all starts with the board. Usually such actions are decided through a voting process during board meetings. Giving notice to board members of …

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Episode 28: Startup IP Considerations

In today’s speedcast, Alexander and Peter discuss startup intellectual property (IP) considerations. Startups tend to produce or buy quite a bit of new IP. With that in mind, it is important to note that without specific written agreements in place, every individual person or worker who produces something for a startup owns what they make …

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Episode 27: Top 5 Nonprofit Issues

For today’s podcast, Alexander is joined by Tara (Lukjan) Vitale who has compiled a list of the top five most common obstacles that she discusses with nonprofits. While budgets may be tight when forming a nonprofit, it is important to make sure to consult with an attorney when managing tasks such as completing online articles …

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Top 5 Differences Between the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA)

Data use and data collection have become hot topics since the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect on May 25, 2018. Essentially, new privacy legislation like the GDPR views personal data as an individual’s property. In short, you wouldn’t let someone use your car unless they asked you, so someone shouldn’t …

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