Learn the art of “client-centered lawyering.” This podcast episode shows you exactly how to do this with proven tips, approaches, and techniques. My portion of the interview beings at the 1:20 mark. Enjoy!
Experience is everything. It allows you to win jury trials and close big deals.
Most successful people I know are intentionally spontaneous. They tap into their years of experience without much thought or effort. They know what they’re doing just like the back of their hand, and they give themselves permission to trust the process and just go with it.
But what if you’re new and don’t have much experience? How can you perform like an experienced expert? How can you also embrace the real-time power of being intentionally spontaneous?
The approach I share in this video will help a new lawyer, business owner, and entrepreneur perform like an experienced pro. Just like how I studied the methods and approaches of some of the top trial lawyers when I first started practicing law 35 years ago, you can do the same thing in your occupation and practice.
Study and model success. Put what you learn to use. Doing this will accelerate your wins and make you better than your competition.
These are IMPORTANT intellectual property legal/business tips everyone doing business online must know. I share 13 different contract terms and provisions, 35 years of litigation and trial experience, and valuable legal intellectual property tips from top legal experts Pete Salsich III, Karima Gulick and Francesca M. Witzburg.
This presentation was originally given during the virtual global AgoraPulse Agency Summit. It’s titled, “How to Handle Client Contracts, Copyrights, and Other Intellectual Property Issues.” You can learn more about AgoraPulse via my brand page here.
I believe that this 40 minute long value-packed presentation includes some of the best tips I’ve ever had the pleasure of sharing from the stage to help online businesses and social media/marketing agencies, protect their business, legal rights and be successful.
During my presentation, I shared the expert advice of three friends including:
Pete Salsich III, Intellectual Property Attorney and Chair of the Entertainment and Media Practice Group at Capes Sokol who answered this question at the 5 minute mark:
“What legal proceedings, equitable relief, and damages should an agency, creator, or brand be aware of or concerned with when it comes to an alleged copyright violation and subsequent litigation?” [connect with Pete here]
Karima Gulick, an Intellectual Property Attorney, Patent Lawyer, Aerospace Engineer, and private pilot who shared her thoughts in response to this question at the 15:50 mark:
I am a big fan of AgoraPulse and would like to thank Mike Allton and his talented team for putting on this top-notch and much needed event.
Please reach out with any questions!
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Rent, COVID, divorce, and business related matters are just a few of the legal issues consumers are experiencing in today’s upside down world. Finding a good lawyer who you can afford and trust is challenging. In this podcast, I share my favorite 3 ways to find a lawyer in your city and state.