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    • Commercial Lease Negotiation Checklist
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      In many states, commercial leases are not covered under consumer protection laws that normally safeguard tenant rights. It is assumed that commercial leases are contracts between knowledgeable business people, and therefore less government regulation is needed than in residential leases. Thus it is essential to scrutinize every aspect of the lease and renegotiate unfavorable terms before signing.

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    • What the Recession May Mean for Law Firms
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      The forecast is foreboding - recession ahead - and everyone is scrambling for safety. But what does is mean for the legal profession?

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    • Five Tips for Working with Inside Counsel
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      Here are five things to be aware of when working with inside counsel.  

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    • How to Negotiate a Commercial Lease
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      Leasing a commercial space instead of committing yourself to owning commercial real estate can be an excellent move, but there are fewer tenant-friendly laws and no standard lease agreements. You'll need a lawyer's help to negotiate the best deal on a commercial lease.

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    • Build Client Relationships Through Personal Contact
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      Most clients don't know how to judge the depth of your knowledge, skill, judgment or experience. After all, they didn't go to law school and you did, so they couldn't possibly appreciate what you know. But they can measure what they see and feel.

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