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Brian Rogers

Brian Rogers

corporate lawyer and contracts aficionado
I ran the first #TH5K. Good luck this weekend!
“@MULawLibrary: Can you, #MizzouLaw? Are you sure? Can Most Lawyers Use Their Law Firm’s IT Properly?” I'd say no
RT @goclio: Are you a Clio customer? Do you like free coffee? Be one of the first 100 people to tweet using #CoffeeOnClio and we'll hook you up!
RT @JoshuaLenon: Use DIY legal in conjunction with legal counseling, not instead of it. Like WebMD & a real MD.
Follow @sbwstl for information on St. Louis's Small Business Week events May 5-9.
RT @sbwstl: Tickets "Small Business Lenders' Awards Luncheon" @usbank @commercebank @askregions @scorestl @purkassocpc
“@dgulbran: I have one (1) major pet peeve in legal writing: parenthetical numericals. Just say no, people!!” I, too (2), agree.
RT @ronfriedmann: .@NCCG_IT on woeful use of MS Word by lawyers + secretaries + IT training generally | Central word processing anyone?
"Misunderstanding General Mills - Concurring Opinions" Good explanation of issues around the ToS debacle.
RT @IPDraughts: Good to know that someone does...
RT @Jurify: @joewallin Joe, we love your blog! About to upload links to 33 of your posts to Really high quality stuff.
RT @ronfriedmann: SC OKs LegalZoom - Not UPL @glambert #3Geeks || Look forward to more self-serving protectionist barriers falling
RT @RichNet: Corporate Espionage: Hacking A Company Through A Chinese Restaurant Takeout Menu @ShawnETuma
RT @Salon: Sorry, self-help junkies, but Malcolm Gladwell is full of it: Why the 10,000-hour rule falls woefully short
"Employee Equity" A great piece about how to structure employee equity in a startup
IRS Code Section 409A and its Impact on Stock Options - Exit Promise | When granting options, you must consider 409a.
I'll be there! "@sbwstl: SBW Annual Exhibit Gala 3pm Marriott West May 8”
RT @KonciseD: Thank you, words-and-digits! RT @thedansherman: Found in a contract review: Four Million Seven Hundred Dollars ($4,700,00.00). Whoops!
"How many law blogs are there and where are we headed?" via @kevinokeefe
Jury duty today!
RT @JulieBrillFTC: Kudos to @GeneralMills for listening to consumers, and reverting to old legal terms with no mandatory arbitration.
RT @JenniferMRomig: Lawyers need this for overuse of "clearly." Browser ext that replaces "literally" with "figuratively." @slate:
Making Changes to Terms of Use and Privacy Policies via @1stventurelegal
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