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I’ve interviewed many lawyers in the past and heard a ton about the State of Law and how often they or their clients pay their bills. I figured it was time to share what I know about business law with you. Business law is a huge arena and it will be interesting to hear the compelling stories of people who have made monumental breakthroughs in this field. One example is Jason Pye, who has been teaching business law at UNLV since 2003 and has taught hundreds of students in graduate school. I’ve also interviewed him before but never have I had the opportunity to see his work firsthand.
I have an MBA and have been doing business law since I was a kid. However, I have never really done much work of my own until now. My client has a small but incredibly successful company that is based in New York City, and they need help with an important legal document they have contracted out to me. They believe that I will be able to help them with a number of issues that need to be resolved before moving forward. With the right help, this company could be one of the most profitable companies in New York City.
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Today we’re going to talk about business law and what it actually is. The businesses we do business with, the companies we work for, the people who work for them, and all of the other things that make up our society: every day may be a new day of change or a new job or a new opportunity – but businesses always keep doing what they always did. It’s natural with our society that these types of changes are inevitable and nobody wants to admit how much they’ve been losing ground in this modern world. What makes this even more confusing is that these changes are happening at a rapid pace and most people don’t understand how they can help their company stay ahead of the curve in what is truly possible.