You have invested millions of dollars in your shopping center, hiring only the best architects, brokers and consultants to maximize the return on your investment. Is your next move to print out a standard lease form and apply it to each and every retailer, from Krispy Kreme to Kmart?

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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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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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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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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 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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One of the first critical steps in building your business is hiring employees. Yet interviewing job candidates is often ineffective and, worse, presents abundant potential for costly mistakes and missed opportunities.

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