Joe Campolo

Campolo’s Negotiation Blog

  • Negotiating with Difficult Clients

    Whether you’re a business owner, in sales, a provider of professional services, or a member of just about any profession that deals with the public, you’re going to deal with “difficult” clients. I don’t believe that professionals need (or should) give in to an unreasonable client’s every demand. However, we’re operating in a time when a bad Yelp review can tank your business – so it’s important to have the proper tools, training, and support in your negotiation toolkit to successfully navigate uncomfortable interactions with difficult clients.  Here are some strategies I follow as a business owner to keep tough ...

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    Monday, June 25th, 2018

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Patrick McCormick, Esq.

McCormick’s Real Estate Litigation Blog

  • College Kids Are Adults: Take Care of These Documents Before Heading to Campus

    The summer before my oldest went off to college, we all went for an orientation weekend. While there, he went off and did his thing and my wife and I went off and did ours. In one of our parent orientation seminars we were reminded that, now that our son was 18, he is officially an “adult” in the eyes of the law. We, as parents, would no longer have the automatic legal right to make his healthcare decisions, have access to his healthcare records in an emergency, or be included in any of his financial decisions. Who was paying ...

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Friday, September 21st, 2018

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Jeffrey Basso, Esq. Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP

Basso’s Business Litigation Blog

  • College Kids Are Adults: Take Care of These Documents Before Heading to Campus

    The summer before my oldest went off to college, we all went for an orientation weekend. While there, he went off and did his thing and my wife and I went off and did ours. In one of our parent orientation seminars we were reminded that, now that our son was 18, he is officially an “adult” in the eyes of the law. We, as parents, would no longer have the automatic legal right to make his healthcare decisions, have access to his healthcare records in an emergency, or be included in any of his financial decisions. Who was paying ...

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Friday, September 21st, 2018

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Martin Glass

Glass’s Wills, Trusts & Estates Blog

  • College Kids Are Adults: Take Care of These Documents Before Heading to Campus

    The summer before my oldest went off to college, we all went for an orientation weekend. While there, he went off and did his thing and my wife and I went off and did ours. In one of our parent orientation seminars we were reminded that, now that our son was 18, he is officially an “adult” in the eyes of the law. We, as parents, would no longer have the automatic legal right to make his healthcare decisions, have access to his healthcare records in an emergency, or be included in any of his financial decisions. Who was paying ...

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Friday, September 21st, 2018

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M&A Blog

  • College Kids Are Adults: Take Care of These Documents Before Heading to Campus

    The summer before my oldest went off to college, we all went for an orientation weekend. While there, he went off and did his thing and my wife and I went off and did ours. In one of our parent orientation seminars we were reminded that, now that our son was 18, he is officially an “adult” in the eyes of the law. We, as parents, would no longer have the automatic legal right to make his healthcare decisions, have access to his healthcare records in an emergency, or be included in any of his financial decisions. Who was paying ...

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Friday, September 21st, 2018

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On the Docket: Scotus Blog

  • College Kids Are Adults: Take Care of These Documents Before Heading to Campus

    The summer before my oldest went off to college, we all went for an orientation weekend. While there, he went off and did his thing and my wife and I went off and did ours. In one of our parent orientation seminars we were reminded that, now that our son was 18, he is officially an “adult” in the eyes of the law. We, as parents, would no longer have the automatic legal right to make his healthcare decisions, have access to his healthcare records in an emergency, or be included in any of his financial decisions. Who was paying ...

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Friday, September 21st, 2018

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William McDonald, Esq.

McDonald’s Healthcare Blog: “Stark Raving Mad”

  • College Kids Are Adults: Take Care of These Documents Before Heading to Campus

    The summer before my oldest went off to college, we all went for an orientation weekend. While there, he went off and did his thing and my wife and I went off and did ours. In one of our parent orientation seminars we were reminded that, now that our son was 18, he is officially an “adult” in the eyes of the law. We, as parents, would no longer have the automatic legal right to make his healthcare decisions, have access to his healthcare records in an emergency, or be included in any of his financial decisions. Who was paying ...

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Friday, September 21st, 2018

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William McDonald, Esq.

McDonald’s Criminal Defense Blog

  • College Kids Are Adults: Take Care of These Documents Before Heading to Campus

    The summer before my oldest went off to college, we all went for an orientation weekend. While there, he went off and did his thing and my wife and I went off and did ours. In one of our parent orientation seminars we were reminded that, now that our son was 18, he is officially an “adult” in the eyes of the law. We, as parents, would no longer have the automatic legal right to make his healthcare decisions, have access to his healthcare records in an emergency, or be included in any of his financial decisions. Who was paying ...

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Friday, September 21st, 2018

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Eryn Truong, Esq.

Truong’s Intellectual Property Blog

  • College Kids Are Adults: Take Care of These Documents Before Heading to Campus

    The summer before my oldest went off to college, we all went for an orientation weekend. While there, he went off and did his thing and my wife and I went off and did ours. In one of our parent orientation seminars we were reminded that, now that our son was 18, he is officially an “adult” in the eyes of the law. We, as parents, would no longer have the automatic legal right to make his healthcare decisions, have access to his healthcare records in an emergency, or be included in any of his financial decisions. Who was paying ...

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Friday, September 21st, 2018

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Arthur Yermash, Esq.

Yermash’s Labor And Employment Blog

  • College Kids Are Adults: Take Care of These Documents Before Heading to Campus

    The summer before my oldest went off to college, we all went for an orientation weekend. While there, he went off and did his thing and my wife and I went off and did ours. In one of our parent orientation seminars we were reminded that, now that our son was 18, he is officially an “adult” in the eyes of the law. We, as parents, would no longer have the automatic legal right to make his healthcare decisions, have access to his healthcare records in an emergency, or be included in any of his financial decisions. Who was paying ...

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Friday, September 21st, 2018

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Eisenbud’s Environmental Blog

  • College Kids Are Adults: Take Care of These Documents Before Heading to Campus

    The summer before my oldest went off to college, we all went for an orientation weekend. While there, he went off and did his thing and my wife and I went off and did ours. In one of our parent orientation seminars we were reminded that, now that our son was 18, he is officially an “adult” in the eyes of the law. We, as parents, would no longer have the automatic legal right to make his healthcare decisions, have access to his healthcare records in an emergency, or be included in any of his financial decisions. Who was paying ...

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Friday, September 21st, 2018

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Marc Alessi

Alessi’s Startups Blog

  • College Kids Are Adults: Take Care of These Documents Before Heading to Campus

    The summer before my oldest went off to college, we all went for an orientation weekend. While there, he went off and did his thing and my wife and I went off and did ours. In one of our parent orientation seminars we were reminded that, now that our son was 18, he is officially an “adult” in the eyes of the law. We, as parents, would no longer have the automatic legal right to make his healthcare decisions, have access to his healthcare records in an emergency, or be included in any of his financial decisions. Who was paying ...

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Friday, September 21st, 2018

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