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Finding and Hiring the Right Salespeople
When you're interviewing a lot of sales candidates, it can be difficult at times to filter out the best ones....
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Covering the Topic of Contract Lengths
Can IT contracts be short? That's a question that many companies posed with the duty of creating an IT contract...
by Corey O'Loughlin
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Differentiating Between Balanced and One-Sided Agreements
SaaS agreements are moving from being one-sided to being more balanced. Why is this the case? Companies are learning that,...
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Using Times of Change to Improve a CEO's Relationships
Times of change can be rocky, but they also present an excellent opportunity for CEOs and their leadership teams to...
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Changes in Revenue Recognition for Software-Dependent Hardware
Changes that impact revenue recognition now allow companies to delay revenue reporting if their hardware is reliant upon software for...
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Developing an EUA Requires Multiple Advisors
Your End User Agreements act as a safety blanket for your company. Not only do they protect you from issues cropping up,...
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Is doing Business with Your Company Akin to a Legal Circus?
Customers can be easily scared off by the slightest disturbances. If you require a plethora of legal hoops to be...
by Corey O'Loughlin
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The Argument Against Drafting Overly Ornate Contracts
Believe it or not, there are a lot of benefits to writing your legal contracts plainly. For one, it's an...
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Addressing Corporate Governance Issues Efficiently
Corporate governance is a blanket phrase that relates to legal issues around the office. It can be as simple as...
by Corey O'Loughlin