The lament of so many businesspeople is that if they only had enough money, they could start or grow – or just keep alive – their business.

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In the annals of business disappointments, a few stand out as shockingly unfair and costly. This is one of those painful two-fer’s: Bankruptcy claw-backs of preferential payments.

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Many years ago, my friend Bill pursued his dream of starting a national chain of bicycle superstores. Like all of us, he didn’t know what he didn’t know. So when his first landlord required that Bill personally guarantee the lease, Bill just signed away.

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In 2008, President Bush signed into law the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act in response to our brave new technologically advanced world.

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Attorney Jonathan Greenbaum wasn’t seeing too many employment class-action suits locally until about two years ago. Since then, his cases have doubled.

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Some company killers are obvious. Competition. Obsolescence. Too much debt. They’re sexy problems (“business sexy” not Sophia Vergara sexy).

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