What Questions to Ask a Lawyer
When you are going to a lawyer, there are certain questions that you should ask him, some of the questions should be asked long before you even set up a meeting with him. Usually, business lawyers are ready to answer your entire set of questions that are related to your business. You shouldn’t be scared to ask him some questions that you have in mind, everything that comes to your mind should be asked if you want to get the best out of him. After all, you are paying him by the hour and you need to use that time cleverly.
Some question as mentioned before should be asked before a meeting, things like how does he charges you and does he charges the first meetings. That way you will have an insight on how much it will cost you to hire him. If you are in need of some extra money you can try out the Infinity App software for trades.
The questions that you should ask at the meeting are things that you are interested in like what type of legal paperwork do you need or ask him for some advice that will help you at the beginning.
I want you to click on the link below, which will open the news page at USATF.org (in a new window, so this one will stay active). Study what you see, and you might notice something strange.
Have you studied it? Have you noticed the strange thing you see?
Maybe it will help if I refer to a passage from the Sherlock Homes short story, Silver Blaze.
Inspector Gregory: Is there any other point to which you would wish to draw my attention?
Holmes: To the curious incident of the dog in the night-time.
Gregory: The dog did nothing in the night-time.
Holmes: That was the curious incident.
I say this because the strange thing youre seeing is rather an absence of seing. There is no mention whatsoever of Bernard Lagats US record at Saturday nights Millrose Games.
Late edit: There actually is mention, but its one line buried in the USATF Classic story. I dont think this fact changes my analysis of USATFs pettiness.
In fact, I dont think youre going to see any
mention of Millrose headline at all at USATF.org in at least a month. By all accounts, the Armory Foundation pulled off a hugely successful evening. It sold out and the buzz among fans and media alike was unlike that of any indoor meet in recent history. Yet the federation cannot bring itself to even acknowledge its existence.
Now, I know that speaking of the federation isnt quite right. Many people work for the organization and theyre not all the same. Surely, some people in the organization were happy to see the new Millrose succeed and want to publicize it. But the people who call the shots did not.
Jon Stewart would call this the height of dickishness. An Olympic year, a struggling sport dying for attention, and the people who call the shots cant swallow their pride for even a minute.
Id say that this sport deserves every bit of its failure, but these morons are taking the rest of us down with them.