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Accelerate Your Business Growth: How to Stay Out of Court

By January 3, 2019July 27th, 2021No Comments

Accelerate your Business Growth with Diane Helbig is a podcast designed to help small business owners, salespeople, and aspiring entrepreneurs with the various aspects of business success. Gertsburg Law Firm CEO Alex Gertsburg was a recent guest on the show and discussed ways for business owners and entrepreneurs to “Stay Out of Court”. Listen in for tips and suggestions to save your business money and protect its reputation, learn why being proactive is better than being reactive, and what you want to have in writing ahead of time to avoid headaches later. Plus, how to tell if you have a good lawyer, and the real truth behind online legal documents.

Listen to the episode on the player below or at www.blogtalkradio.com/dhelbig/2018/11/19/how-to-stay-out-of-court.

Diane and her guests talk about everything from sales to employee issues; from technology to social media; from work-life balance to exploring uncharted territory, with the goal of helping you remove challenges so that you can realize your own success with your business. The show has been featured on Inc.com’s list of 100 Podcasts That Will Make You Smarter, Better, and Wiser, MSNBC’s Your Business, and on the Fit Small Business list of best small business podcasts. Be sure to subscribe to the iTunes channel or follow this podcast so you never miss an episode!

 

 Alex Gertsburg is a partner at Gertsburg Licata in the litigation practice group.  He may be reached at (216) 573-6000 or at [email protected].

Gertsburg Licata is a full-service, strategic growth advisory firm focusing on business transactions and litigation, M&A and executive talent solutions for start-up and middle-market enterprises. It is also the home of CoverMySix®, a unique, anti-litigation audit developed specifically for growing and middle-market companies.

This article is for informational purposes only. It is merely intended to provide a very general overview of a certain area of the law. Nothing in this article is intended to create an attorney-client relationship or provide legal advice. You should not rely on anything in this article without first consulting with an attorney licensed to practice in your jurisdiction. If you have specific questions about your matter, please contact an attorney licensed to practice in your jurisdiction.

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