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After much thought and even more feedback, I have decided to begin the process for expanding services to West Virginia.  As operations here in South Florida are steady, I will be letting the market demand dictate exactly how West Virginia clients are incorporated into the practice.  That being said, the main focus of the practice […]

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After nearly two years of sifting through cloud solutions for the law firm, I have finally settled into Clio.  There have been many trials and even more errors, but at the end of the day, Clio provides the cleanest integration of office management and client interaction. What has been a long, drawn out exploration into […]

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West Virginia Picture

Well Eilers Law Group is still in its infancy and I am working hard to build the practice.  For almost 2 years I have pondered the possibility of setting up a West Virginia satellite office.  Basically, because of the advances in technology and the ability to operate from the ever present “Cloud,” a multi-jurisdictional solo/small […]

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Well it has been just about a week now since I have launched the new website.  With a new site also comes a new vigor and new excitement to build the law firm’s success.  Along with the frontend of the new site, I have implemented a full service backend for clients to interact, whether traditional […]

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Ok, so that is not completely true.  However, in my daily perusal of internet forums and blogs, I have seen this issue come up time and time again, misguided “legal advice” propagated, usually, by non lawyers or non tax professionals.  The concept of an “S Corp” usually arrives as an answer to someone’s query, “what […]

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Ryan Roberts over at the Startup Lawyer, explains in a very concise post why startups should avoid anti-dilution provisions when raising money.  I could not agree more.  The temptation to take on funding often leads to very bad decision making.  Remember, if you really have a good idea, you will find the right partners.  Don’t […]

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I came across this article over at the all things venture capital hub, VentureBeat. In my usual wordiness I couldn’t have said it much better.  To paraphrase it boils down to 3 simple points 1) Keep it Simple; 2) Choose Your Entity Wisely; and 3) Wait Until the Right Time to Create an Entity.  In […]

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So this morning I listened to a very angry Russell Pearce regarding the injunction issued by the Judge Bolton of the Federal District Court.  The blogosphere and your 24 hour news cycle is riddled with discussion and anaylsis of the law and the validity of the decision, so I don’t feel I would add anything […]

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So lately I have been a bit slow on the blogging front.  Sadly, this leads to long winded think sessions that should eventually get to publish but never actually do.  The “draft” icon is bearing down on me lately.  So on that note, here is something that was meant to be written weeks ago.  If […]

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Well in the spirit of trying to take a deep breath all week, I thought  I’d share some of my favorite lofi electrofonic inspired rock music.  For those of you who don’t know Erlend Oye, find him.  He maybe one of the most talented musicians around right now.  From the super chill melodies of the […]

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