Archive: July, 2009

Kurt V Beasley | Arbitration Is Viable Option | Kurt V Beasley

Kurt V. Beasley on Arbitration: When Speed, Flexibility and Goodwill are Important – By Kurt V Beasley

Largely due to all the activity within the current court structure and the high profile lawsuits splashed across the news everyday, a lesser known option is often overlooked. “Arbitration remains a very viable option for most conflicts” says Kurt V. Beasley, a Brentwood Tennessee attorney. Arbitration is a private, informal process that allows the parties to a contract agree, in writing, to submit their disputes to one or more impartial persons who will adjudicate and resolve the controversy by rendering a final and binding award to the prevailing party. Arbitration has certain advantages over Court proceedings.

Marian Harding | Summer & Schnauzers Great Combination | Marian Harding

Summer and Schnauzers Can Make a Wonderful Combination – By Marian Harding Summer is a time for both you and your dog to enjoy the great outdoors. Along with the sunshine and fun, “the season also creates the potential to endanger your pet,” says Marian Harding, owner of Hardinhaus Miniature Schnauzers. Pro-actively planning ahead, you […]

Matt Mullhofer | Financial Privacy Steps | Matt C Mullhofer

Twelve Steps to Financial Privacy – By Matt Mullhofer Never release your social security number.  Only release your social security number when it is absolutely necessary says Matt Mullhofer. Use a corporation or another entity for major transactions. Avoid writing checks because they leave an extensive paper trail. According to Matt Mullhofer when investing offshore, […]

Matthew Mullhofer | Estate Planning | Matthew Mullhofer

A two minute drill on estate planning – By Matthew Mullhofer While volumes can be written about the needs of estate planning, sometimes it is easiest to have a short simple check list. To that end, here is a two minute check list that may help facilitate a more comprehensive discussion. Every estate needs the […]

Rane SL 3 – Better Audio Performance

knows that professional customers want a bigger sound from a smaller box with simpler connections, so that’s exactly what Rane has made. The whole design has been about minimizing noise and maximizing audio performance. Like the world standard Rane SL 1, the SL 3 connects one or two standard vinyl or CD turntables to your […]

Hardinhaus Miniature Schnauzers | Marian Harding |Hardinhaus Miniature Schnauzers

Trucks Can’t Help Hot Dogs Says Hardinhaus Miniature Schnauzers – By Marian Harding Every summer we see dogs at Hardinhaus Miniature Schnauzers that arrive in the back of pickup trucks. “While these aren’t world class prize-winning show dogs we are known for, it concerns us none the less,” says Marian Harding, owner of Hardinhaus Miniature […]

Kurt Beasley | Estate Planning 2 Minute Drill | Kurt Beasley

Kurt Beasley on Estate Planning; a two minute drill – By Kurt Beasley While volumes can be written about the needs of estate planning, sometimes it is easiest to have a short simple check list. To that end, here is a two minute check list that may help facilitate a more comprehensive discussion. Every estate […]

PCM 91

Looking for more in a reverb? has just what you need: The PCM 91 The PCM 91 Digital Reverberator offers Lexicon’s highest quality reverbs in a compact, affordable package with a powerful interface which allows both easy access and a wealth of programming capabilities for the sound designer at. Includes all the features of the […]

Matthew C Mullhofer | On Arbitration | Matthew C Mullhofer

Matthew C. Mullhofer on Arbitration:  When goodwill, flexibility and speed matter – By Matthew C  Mullhofer Largely due to all the activity within the current court structure and the high profile lawsuits splashed across the news everyday, a lesser known option is often overlooked. “Arbitration remains a very viable option for most conflicts” says Matthew […]

Carmackmoving.com says “Don’t Hit a Sour Note when Moving a Piano”

CARMACK MOVING SAYS “DON’T HIT A SOUR NOTE WHEN MOVING A PIANO” by Robert Carmack, carmackmoving.com There are many funny cartoons and movies that feature situations involving people trying to move a big heavy piano. Pianos can be very difficult to move, especially if they’re heavy antiques and heirlooms passed on from generations and you […]

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