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Find the Legal Landmines Hidden on Your Path to Success...
What you don't know about the law can hurt your business. So often, entrepreneurs face heartbreak--loss of savings, loss of business, loss of important relationships--because they did not know the common legal mistakes that could have been avoided. But how can business owners find the legal landmines hidden all around them, when business law seems so complicated and difficult to understand?
In her best-selling book, Navigating Legal Landmines: A Practical Guide to Business Law for Real People, business lawyer and litigator, Nancy D. Greene demystifies all that fancy legal mumbo-jumbo and helps entreprenuers leverage the law so they can run their business with confidence, develop better workinhg relationships, and protect their dreams.
After 20 years as a business lawyer and litigator and tired of the heartbreak of business owners losing everything from avoidable mistakes, it's Nancy's mission to inspire, educate, and empower business owners. In this DIY society there are very limited legal resources for small to mid-sized businesses. It became her mission to demystify all that fancy legal-mumbo jumbo and help businesses leverage the law. She's developed a series of YouTube Videos, blog posts and podcast about avoiding some of the most common landmines for your business. Her book Navigating Legal Landmines: A Practical Guide to Business Law for Real People is an Amazon best-seller in three categories, and Succeeding Through Doubt, Fear and Crisis is an Amazon best-seller in six categories. Starting her own law firm in 2013, Nancy understands business. In April, 2016, Nancy joined Land, Carroll & Blair PC as a principal. Her practice focuses on business litigation, employment law, women-owned businesses, start-up business and those businesses in transition from family to legacy business. A best-selling author, member of the National Association of Professional Women, NAPW Woman of the Year 2012/2013, and EWomen Network platinum member, when Nancy's not practicing law, she's spending time on her horse farm with her husband and two teenage boys, and writing fiction under her pen name Nancy DiMauro.