Einterz & Einterz Blog

  • 10/07/2011 - 12:48pm

    By: Mike Einterz

     

                Regularly we are offered the opportunity sign a form contract.  Whether it is a credit card agreement or a car rental agreement, or a supplier or contractor form contract they are presented as non-negotiable agreements.  The problem that comes from this is you typically execute a document that contains terms that are often unreviewed or misunderstood and never negotiated.

                It is with great trepidation that anyone should sign a...

  • 08/08/2011 - 1:55pm

     

    Michael Einterz, Jr.

                Our relationships with professionals – lawyers, doctors, accountants, etc. – tend to be some of our most unique interactions. We pay them to provide a service, but their knowledge and interaction with some of our most private details elevates them above the plumber we hire to fix the pipe or the sandwich artist at Subway.

                As a result, we seek out professionals who see the world we do, people we feel comfortable with, and...

  • 07/01/2011 - 1:18pm

    By: Mike Einterz

     

    Issue 1: CORPORATIONS:

                Entrepreneurs are people with good ideas and an above average risk tolerance.  They are generally the driver of the vehicle and not the navigator.  This often allows the entrepreneur the ability to push through difficult times, but not always the ability to see the difficulties coming, or to plan for their occurrence.  Good attorneys are navigators for their entrepreneurial clients.

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  • 07/01/2011 - 1:16pm

    By: Mike Einterz

     

                Traffic, the manifestation of inefficiency and disharmony caused by a lack of foresight and planning combined with the selfish, single minded pursuit of the participants.  I loathe traffic.  I treat its potential appearance at any event like a chess game.  Anticipate the movements of different lines of traffic and understand the opportunities to move on different paths from the traffic and then you can beat traffic.  But get stuck in a parking garage or on a road with a single lane, and you...

  • 06/29/2011 - 8:18am

    By: Zach Eichel

     

                In light of all of the recent twitter-related scandals which have caught headlines, the dangers and risks of social networking have become readily apparent.   A growing majority of the U.S. and worldwide populations participate in at least one of many social networking sights including Facebook, twitter, or Myspace.  As a business owner, these services can easily be a boon or a bane to your company.      

    Sites like Facebook allow business owners to connect to both...