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Gregory Garth Brown

Gregory Brown’s Legal Guides

61 total


  • How to Draft an Enforceable Contract

    Clearly Identify the Parties All parties to the contract need to be clearly set forth. Are the parties individuals or business entities or both? If you want the individual and business entity bound

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  • How to Chose the Best Attorney

    Determine your type of case (to match with the right attorney) Determine your type of case (to match with the right attorney). Do you have a business dispute (business litigation), auto accident (pe

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  • Questions to ask attorneys that you are considering hiring for a Personal Injury case

    How many trials taken to verdict? How many trials have they taken to verdict? If the answer is not many, experienced defense attorneys and insurance companies will assume you and your attorney will

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  • How to Negotiate Basic Business Transactions

    Write out your goals (Preparation) Preparation is the key to success. Write down your goals, desired price range, and other material terms. Assemble supporting documents (Preparation) Organize any d

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  • The Use of Technology in the Modern Trial

    What Technology is Not Designed to Do Technology will not transform an inexperienced or unprepared trial lawyer into a seasoned and successful trial lawyer. All good trial lawyers must still be thor

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  • The Trial Lawyer Cross Examination Checklist

    Do I Need to Cross Examine the Witness? If they didn't hurt you (especially with experts), then why give them a chance on cross? If you can get the information in with a friendly witness, why not? W

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  • Tips for Selling a Business

    Understand the Value of Your Business This may sound simple, but you don't want to sell too low. With the internet, a vast amount of helpful information can be obtained at little or no cost. With t

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  • Risk Management Tips for Business

    Injury and Business Claims A large injury claim or business loss can bring down an unprepared business. Insurance is one key area that should be used. This includes workers comp insurance, general

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  • Should I Sue or Not?

    How Much is at Stake? If the amount at stake is not large, think carefully after your emotions have calmed down. Will they Sue me Back? If the other side has claims against you, they may cross compla

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  • What Do I Do if I am Sued?

    Review the Lawsuit Make sure you understand the claims against you. Are other people you know involved? If so, contact them. When Do I Have to Respond? Determine when you have to Answer the Complai

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