Business Law and Mediation with Frank G. Goldman, P.C.

Frank provides strategic legal guidance to businesses, their owners, executives, officers, and managers in a wide variety of legal disciplines.

In this third episode of Websuasion Conversation, we discuss contracts, operating agreements, the legal needs of physician groups, hiring issues, and the difference between arbitration and mediation.

Frank G. Goldman, P.C.

Atlanta Business Alliance

Business Law and Mediation with Frank G. Goldman, P.C.

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From Missile Command To Law

Frank tells us about his early days as an Air Force Missile Launch Officer on the Minuteman-III and how that prepared him to deal with stress in his practice.

Contract versus Litigation

Frank discusses how he’s shifted from litigation to being a general counsel for clients.

Starting A Practice

Frank Goldman talks about his past with the U.S. Department of the Treasury and in corporate law before starting his practice in 2006.

Being Risk Averse

Frank talks about networking and the Atlanta Business Alliance, on which he will be serving as president this term.

Networking Groups

Frank talks about networking and the Atlanta Business Alliance, on which he will be serving as president this term.

Legal Needs of New Businesses

Frank discusses how he guides new businesses and startups through legal requirements.

Transactional Law

Frank gets into his focus on transactional law for his clients.

Operating Agreements

Frank speaks to the need for businesses to have an operating agreement in place.

When You Need A Contract

Frank talks about what is and isn’t important regarding contracts.

Legal For Physician Groups

Frank tells us about working with physician groups and how the stark statute affects how practices treat referrals.

Hiring Decisions

Frank talks about hiring staff.

Arbitration and Mediation

Frank tells us the difference between Arbitration and Mediation.

Arbitration With Outsourcing

Frank talks about recourse and arbitration when dealing with outsourcing overseas.

Privacy Policy and SSL Certificate

Today's homework is simple. Take a look at your website and answer two questions. First, do you have a privacy policy updated for the General Data Protection Regulation in place on your website? Second, does your website have an SSL certificate installed? Both are easy and inexpensive to correct, but very important.

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