Cowork Space

The Risks and Rewards of Coworking

Posted Posted in General, Intellectual property, Small business growth

When I reentered the legal profession after a startup adventure, I was hesitant to secure and sign an office lease.  I was immediately attracted to the “workplace as a service” or “coworking” model where business owners pay one set fee month to month for a private office, shared common area, internet, electricity, maintenance, coffee service…

Human Resources Expert Liesa Taylor on Organizational Leadership and The Gig Economy

Posted Posted in Business agreements, Business innovation, Employment law, General, Small business growth

My clients and I often notice that success in business growth requires organizational planning, leadership and talent management. Denver based, Liesa Taylor, is an organizational development and human resources consultant with years of experience helping all sizes of companies grow their management and employee teams (and she’s a friend of EmergeCounsel). She was just featured…

legal checklist for new businesses

Legal checklist for new businesses

Posted Posted in Business agreements, Business entity, General, Intellectual property, Law and business, Small business growth

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. ~Mark Twain If you are finally ready to take the plunge and start that new business you’ve been dreaming about, congratulations! Embracing the world of entrepreneurship can be liberating, exciting and daunting…

Women in business and law: panel discussion

Posted Posted in General

One of my mentors, Kathleen Hurley, published a collection of writings about transformational women leaders in business and law, which focuses on secrets to their success in their own words while remaining true to themselves. Kathleen is a former senior vice president of Pearson and uniquely qualified to speak about the challenges and opportunities faced…