Me - Karin H. (Kaatje)

SOB award According to Lizz Strauss
03.02.07

« Merry Christmas | Main | Typical conversations - in my head »

March 04, 2008

TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00d8341c660f53ef00e55095cee78833

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference What I learned from the... law: insure to be sure:

Comments

Joanna Young

Karin, thanks for sharing this cautionary tale! I'm glad it had a positive enough outcome for you to be able to keep going and flourish with your own business.

Joanna

Karin H.

Hi Joanna

Thanks! It was something we now 'laugh' about, but during that time ... brrrrr!

Karin H.

Robert Hruzek

Yikes! Glad you guys "made it", and are now doing well! Just goes to show... you simply can't plan enough for a business! (Er, as long as you don't succumb to "analysis paralysis", that is...)

Thanks for jumping into WILF once again, Karin!

Karin H.

Hi Robert

My 'monthly pleasure' ;-) (Well, mostly)

Karin H.

Brad Shorr

Learning from experience may be the best method, but for legal matters it can be quite expensive. Your advice, which I never thought about, is valuable preventive medicine.

amypalko

Oh, Karin, thank heavens for that insurance! So glad that you came out on top and that you could move on from this bad start. Thanks for sharing your story.

Karin H.

Hi Amypalko

Thanks for dropping by and you are so right. Every time we renew our insurance I double check if the family legal support is included!

Karin H

Karin H.

Hi Brad

Insurance as preventive medicine, hmm. In our case it was more a 'band-aid' for the inflicted wound ;-)

Karin H.

Jackie Cameron

Hi Karin - I will remember this story and point others to it when they are entering into partnerships/collaborations/work arrangements - whatever! Here in the UK I think we are less likely to think about insurance for help in legal matters than elsewhere in the world but maybe we should starting thinking about it a whole lot more seriously in light of your experience.
Jackie

Karin H.

Hi Jackie

Thank you - we did learn the very hard and dear way that getting into a partnership means: do the hard work - i.e. set up the rules between the partners - first!

Your own entry had me in stitches:
Law and Order

Karin H.

The comments to this entry are closed.