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Business.com cites Jane Muir on “How to Turn Your Struggling Startup Around”

Struggling Startup Bennett Conlin wrote an article for Business.com, citing Jane Muir on August 28, 2018. "Taking your startup from the brink of failure to a place of growth takes planning and help from others. Learn how to build your business up from a low point. When your startup struggles, it can be demoralizing. You turned your great idea into a business, and now it's barely staying above water. You're Read More

Fupping cites Jane Muir, “Charge More and Daily Routine”

Zak Parker authored an article entitled, "How  To Reduce The Number Of Hours You Work Without Sacrificing Quality" for Fupping.com, citing Jane Muir's advice on Daily Routine. Daily Routine "Sometimes, the only person standing in the way of working less is yourself. Maybe you feel responsible for everything, or guilty when things don't get done, or your perfectionism will not allow you to finish a project. If so, Read More

Forbes Online Quotes Jane Muir about “Fine Print”

Christopher Elliott published an article on "fine print" in contracts on Forbes online platform on August 12, citing Jane Muir as a source. "If you want to know why customers are bolting for the exits, talk to someone like Robert Barrows. He'll offer fine-print examples businesses should follow -- if they want to fail. Barrows, an ad executive from San Mateo, Calif., recently had a bright idea for a new Read More

Law Firm Data Security: Experts on How to Protect Legal Clients’ Confidential Data

Nate Lord wrote an article for the Digital Guardian, citing Jane Muir as an expert in Law Firm Data Security.[1] "For companies that provide services to clients, data security is always an important part of business. With lawyers and law firms, however, who are constantly entrusted with highly sensitive information about their clients as a course of business, the need for effective data security is of even more Read More

LegalZoom Loses Lawsuits: Drawbacks to the DIY Approach to Litigation

Online services exist for just about anything. Sometimes, they can offer convenience and speed, like an online bank account. But what about professional services, like from a doctor or lawyer? You may have heard your family physician warn you not to seek medical advice from “Dr. Google” and websites that provide generic medical advice, such as WebMD. [1] For legal problems, websites like LegalZoom threaten clients Read More