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Consent & Contracts

In Contracts by Larry DonahueLeave a Comment

Consent is an important element to a contract.  It is required by both parties that are entering into a contract.   Consent happens when the parties named in the contract acknowledge that they agree with the terms outlined in the contract. While consent is required for a contact to be binding, there are instances when consent or the lack there of, …

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Congratulations, Jake Goldsmith!

In Business Transactions, Corporate Formation, LLC Formation by Sean FriendLeave a Comment

We are pleased to announce the newest member of the Slingshot Team, Jake Goldsmith!   Jake is a graduate of the University of New Mexico School of Law and was admitted into the New Mexico Bar in 2019.  Practice Areas Jake’s practice areas are Business Agreements, Business Formations, Buying and Selling Businesses, Commercial Transactions, Limited Liability Companies (LLC), Mergers & Acquisitions, Non-Compete Agreements, …

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Moving your business to a different state

In Business Transactions, LLC Formation, Startups by Kameron KramerLeave a Comment

When moving to a different state, the process involved in moving your business along with you can be stressful if not completely confusing.  There are many reasons to not merely shut down the existing company and start a new one. You typically have two options, or possibly three options, depending on the state your company is organized in and the …

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Slingshot LLC: Fastest Growing Company 2019

In Marketing Tips by Sean FriendLeave a Comment

We are proud to announce that our parent company, Slingshot LLC has been awarded 5th of the Medium Companies Albuquerque Business First’s Fastest Growing Companies of 2019. 35 Companies were honored this year, based on revenue size they were categorized by small, medium and large. To qualify, each applicant was required to have large annual revenue growth over the years of …

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Consideration in Contracts

In Contracts by Kameron KramerLeave a Comment

We all know that business deals involve careful consideration of company finances, risk, and potential gain. But the contracts underlying those deals involve another form of consideration—something that demonstrates each party has a stake in the outcome. In fact, contracts are only legally binding if there is consideration (along with an offer and acceptance, as discussed in previous blogs). In …

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Slingshot is a Fastest Growing Company!

In Business Tips by Sean FriendLeave a Comment

Slingshot is honored to be noted as a Fastest Growing Company in New Mexico for 2019.  We simply couldn’t have done it without you. Thank you to our clients for helping us grow! For many businesses, growth is the key to unlocking success. MEGAN MARTIN  ALBUQUERQUE BUSINESS FIRST [LINK] Albuquerque Business First presents this prestigious award to the top 35 companies in New …

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Welcome to the team, Joseph Turner!

In Business Tips by Sean FriendLeave a Comment

We are pleased to announce the newest member of the Slingshot Team, Joseph Turner!   Joe is a graduate of the University of New Mexico School of Law and was admitted into the New Mexico Bar in 2015.  Read more about Joe in Albuquerque Business First’s People on the Move. Practice Areas Joe’s practice areas are Breach of Contract, Business Litigation, Civil Litigation, Complex Litigation, …

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Why Lying Is Actually Worse than Insider Trading…

In Business Tips, Litigation & Lawsuits, White Collar Criminal Defense by Larry DonahueLeave a Comment

In 2004 Martha Stewart spent five months in a federal prison in Alderson, West Virginia.  After she served her time she still had to fulfill two years of unsupervised release, pay a large amount of money in fines to the SEC and step down as CEO from her company, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.  To this day, most Americans incorrectly believe …