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August 13, 2003

Welcome; Cautions; Disclaimers

Welcome to Business Lessons. I use this blog for note-taking about my business-related reading. Some of that reading is law-related, because I'm a lawyer by training.

Now for some customary cautions and disclaimers:

1. This site is presented for general information only. It should not be read as business advice or legal advice about your specific situation, and of course it doesn't establish an attorney-client relationship between you and me.

2. Any opinions expressed here are mine (or those of the commenter, if applicable) and not those of my employer, my former law firm, or any of its clients.

3. Remember that in legal matters, small changes in facts can make a big difference in outcome. For your specific situation, consult a lawyer licensed in your jurisdiction who has expertise in the appropriate subject area.

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I have posted a mention of the dialogue that you and Mike O'Sullivan had re: surreptitious contract provisions.
The posting can be found at: http://taxbiz.blogspot.com/2003_10_01_taxbiz_archive.html#106731375152569001

Posted by: Stuart Levine at Oct 27, 2003 10:09:52 PM

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