“Powering the Pandemic Pivot” Webinar Series Returns

Register for the Webinar Series "Powering the Pandemic Pivot" at tinyurl.com/PPPentrepreneurs

With all the talk about the “PPP,” I think the most powerful relief program for the entrepreneur-operated business is the action you take to seize the moment. So I am excited that our “Powering the Pandemic Pivot” Webinar series for entrepreneurs and small businesses will resume Wednesday, July 1, at Noon. To offer more of “the news … Read more

Powering the Pandemic Pivot, Episode 3: Preparing to Reopen

Here is the third installment in our summer webinar series, “Powering the Pandemic Pivot,” webinar series, featuring Jason Meyer and the Entrepreneur’s Advisory Team. Keep checking our blog to see every new episode and register for upcoming webinars here.  As cases plateau and even dip in some parts of the country, especially in the Princeton … Read more

Finding A Small Business Lawyer: A Buyer’s Guide

If you are looking for a lawyer to represent your start-up, this new article (on Harvard Law School’s blog) offers excellent advice… and proposes standards that we at Meyer Business Law pledge to meet. I can be succinct about this: I started this law firm precisely to offer entrepreneurs the kind of representation and assistance … Read more

Ethics Madness II

Over on our sister site, LeadGood.org, I’m leading a live blog this afternoon looking at current issues in compliance and ethics, including compliance in sports and education, and sports as a metaphor and lesson for corporate ethics efforts, as well as the cultural messages about ethics and compliance that a typical NCAA viewer is receiving … Read more

A New Year’s Resolution: Improve Your Contracts

When the ball drops, improve your business contracts.

With the New Year, many of us resolve to be better organized – and leaders of growing businesses are no exception. As they plan for the year ahead, clients often tell me they would like to get more organized about how they handle their contracts with clients, vendors and subcontractors. It’s a great idea. For at least … Read more