How to choose New York Law and New York Courts in your Business Contracts when you have no connection to New York

I don’t need to tell you that New York lies at the center of the universe.  But did you know that you can be a part of it by choosing New York law to govern your business contracts and New York courts to decide upon any conflicts arising from your business contracts, even if the transaction, you, or the other party to the contract have no relation to New York? Choosing New York law...

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Update to “Conflict Resolution”

My post on September 14 talked about conflict resolution and the resources available at the American Arbitration Association.  In the meantime, I discovered another great resource for domestic and international arbitration issues:  Lovell’s International Arbitration Guide.  This site offers extensive information about arbitration, even  a drafting engine that...

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Conflict Resolution

As a business owner you will encounter conflicts; particularly with your fellow business partners.   As in any relationship, it helps to deal with these conflicts rationally.  Easier said than done, I know. My favorite blog about blogging (Problogger by Darren Rowse)  has a post about "10 steps to conflict resolution."   Darren recommends:    ...

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