Tweet Links for 5/21/2011

The Texas Legislature has re-defined “physical presence” for use tax purposes

Small Business Financing: Who’s Getting the Money?

Texas Small Business Law Blog: The Benefits of a Letter Agreement When Evaluating a New Venture

The tax law wants you to buy a behemoth Migrating to Cloud Platform

For Buyers of Web Start-Ups, Quest to Corral Young Talent

Jacoby & Meyers’ Newest Fight: Helping Nonlawyers Own Law Firms

New Views From the Bench of E-Discovery at LegalTech

Mobile banking company Malauzai Software Inc. seeking office space, employees in Austin

IRS Showcases Small Business Tools

Extending Credit Card Protections to Small Business Users

4 Lessons Your Small Business Can Learn From the Military

Wharton Start-Up, Chattersource, Helps Students Find Housing, Haircuts

Comcast offers ethernet to Houston mid-size businesses

S&P report predicts fast Texas recovery

Stanford receiver sues Houston law firm

The Tech Profile: How a Small Retailer Handles I.T.

NIST Releases Federal Cloud Guidelines

Texas lawmakers pass Internet tax bill

Another Season of Hoarders: Recession-scarred companies are holding back from spending—even if they have the cash

Learn to ‘Do the Right Thing’ for Your Startup

Regulators pursue investment company that targeted teachers

The Great Recession’s lost generation

Alabama tornadoes: Small businesses struggle against storm’s punch

Fewer Harris County foreclosures posted in May

How To Survive A Business Breakup

“Grazing,” Photocopying And Other Tricks Inflate Legal Bills

Best Young Tech Entrepreneurs 2011

Small Business Groups Worried about Tax Reform

Starting a biotech? Advice for how to pitch VCs

Tax preparers accused of false claims | Q: What’s a good way of building my knowledge about running my small business?

Despite the tough odds against long-term success, many entrepreneurs launch ventures during hard times

Bryan Willis

Bryan Willis

Bryan Willis is a Tyler lawyer who represents clients in the areas of Divorce, Probate, and Business Law.
Bryan Willis

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