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Should I stay or should I go?

The National Consortium for Undergraduate International Business Education (CUIBE) wrapped up its final day at Boise State University with a panel discussion moderated by Idaho Lt. Governor Brad Little. Panel members included the CEOs of Micron and Simplot and the ...

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Protecting trade secrets in an evolving global economy

Trade secret theft has always been a risk to U.S. businesses. Now, as the global economy evolves, that risk is changing. More and more, trade secrets are being stolen for use by foreign competitors. Recently, a Michigan couple was convicted ...

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Selling your practice

That lawyers can sell their practices is no longer in dispute. However, reaping value from the sale of a law practice presumes that the value is recognizable. A business is ultimately worth only what someone is willing to pay for ...

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Count the cost before waging the war

When Sun Tzu wrote The Art of War in the sixth century B.C., he probably wasn’t thinking about how his advice would apply to employment law litigation in the 21st century, but he might as well have. One of his ...

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Lessons from ‘Downton Abbey’

In the most recent episode of “Downton Abbey,” Lord Grantham despairingly says, “A fool and his money are soon parted.” Ironically, he was referring to himself in the face of his son-in-law Matthew Crawley’s ever-increasing efforts to right the listing ...

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Keys to improving your tech planning

For many law firms, technology purchasing is based on reaction rather than planning. If a laptop breaks or a security breach begins melting the network, then it’s time to get shopping. But taking the time to do planning ahead of ...

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When the news is like a hurricane

Frequently, someone calls to ask if I can send a story from our website that is locked, meaning subscriber-only. Or I have to send an email politely asking a business to remove a story of ours that is posted on ...

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Nonunion employers in the crosshairs

Many employers mistakenly believe that the National Labor Relations Act does not apply to their business because their employees are not represented by a union; however, most private-sector employers are covered by the NLRA. This past year, the National Labor ...

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Websites and apps that can help your business

As entrepreneurs, we are always looking for the latest developments in technology to make our lives easier. So we thought we would share some of the apps that have helped us with our entrepreneurial adventures. Keep in mind, we are ...

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