2019 press mentions

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Drake Pooley is standing in the middle of his Williamsburg apartment, surrounded by tiny bottles of shampoo, body wash and lotion.

Collected from his weekly work trips, he can tell you which hotel chain offers each beauty brand, and the benefits of the Hilton’s Crabtree & Evelyn soaps compared to, say, the Bliss products stocked at W hotels.

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NEW YORK, June 12, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Starting a small business means you are the boss. The independence that brings is enticing, but it also means that you make all the decisions. How do you navigate challenging issues and the unknowns that come with starting a company? Without the right guidance and resources, the process can become overwhelming.

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If you work as a freelancer — even if it’s from home, in your PJs — you’re an entrepreneur. After all, on some level at least, you’re running your own business. And if you do it for long enough, you may want to consider creating an actual company — either an LLC or an S-Corporation — for that business. Doing so is “literally forming a separate entity [under] which to... Read more


A recent New York Times Opinion piece, “Everyone Needs Legal Help. That Doesn’t Mean Everyone Needs a Lawyer” spotlights Rebecca Sandefur, a sociologist whose career has focused on studying lawyers. The “genius” MacArthur fellowship she received for her work is evidence that one need not have a law license to opine meaningfully about the legal profession/industry.

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LegalZoom general counsel Chas Rampenthal discusses HR issues, including why employee handbooks are important and how to avoid opening your business up to lawsuites.

Whether it is not providing an employee handbook, taking the proper precautions to protect employees' personal data, or following proper protocol during the hiring and firing processes, businesses that ... Read more


With unemployment rates at a record low in the United States, 2018 saw one of the most competitive hiring landscapes in decades. Jobs continue to be added to the landscape at a staggering pace, and more and more Americans are leaving their current job for greener pastures. In fact, employees are quitting their jobs at the fastest rate since 2001.

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