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M&A middle-market activity: What businesses need to know (access required)

 Understanding the ins and outs, trends and activities going on in M&A markets can help businesses make informed decisions including whether to buy, hold or sell. After a brief pause and slowdown of M&A activity due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ...

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M&A lawyers keep busy despite pandemic barriers (access required)

2021 was a record-breaking year globally and nationally for mergers (combining two separate businesses into one new legal entity) and acquisitions (when a purchased company gets fully absorbed by an acquiring company). Per Refinitiv – an American-British global provider of ...

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Managing Our Manufacturing Plants in 2022 (access required)

There have been dramatic shifts in both the needs and the realities of manufacturing the United States over the past two years, with things changing most dramatically in the past few months. There continues to be impressive improvements in technology. ...

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Rochester firms embrace 3D printing for multiple purposes (access required)

Firms are using 3D printing to create unique tools, parts and other objects right here in Rochester, allowing for new approaches to manufacturing that increase efficiency and provide more material and design flexibility than was possible as recently as a ...

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From mentee to mentor: the benefits mentorship provides for women in business (access required)

March marks Women’s History Month. It is a time to honor the strong, brave women who have broken down barriers, shattered glass ceilings, and blazed trails for future generations. During this time, we celebrate women’s contributions to American history and ...

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Energy, dedication drive entrepreneurs at any age (access required)

Younger women who grew up with technology and worked in the gig economy may be more comfortable with the pace and demands of entrepreneurship. But the mid-career woman may want to do things differently than she can if she’s working ...

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Five evolving trends in cyber liability (access required)

Cyberattacks are becoming increasingly commonplace, particularly since the COVID-19 pandemic brought about remote work and insecure remote access to businesses became more prevalent.

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Protect intellectual property from the start (access required)

When it comes to intellectual property (IP), the old English idiom “penny wise and pound foolish” never goes out of style – even in a world of ever-changing technology. IP applies to anything that originates in the mind: written works, ...

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Architects should be viewed as value, not expense (access required)

“We aren’t sure if we are going to hire an Architect yet.” A truly terrifying sentence to hear … and sadly I hear it quite often when meeting with potential clients. This usually stems from one of two misconceptions, one ...

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