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|Example #2 of the Bro-Mance between Joey and "Mitch"|
|From Indie Law's Index Page / https://indielaw.com|
|Posted Testimonial By "Mitch" [near bottom of page]|
"I referred one of Silcon Valley's fasted growing prively held companies to JoeyVitale because I trust him. I
knew he would do everything in his power to help protect my referral's intellectual property rights. He did just that and so
The fact of the matter is that creatives are the future of business. Whether they know it or not, lawyers like Joey are the protectors of creatives. Doing business using the right business entities and contracts, while protecting your valuable IP rights, is smart business. Thank you, Joey, for taking excellent care of all my referrals.
Jon Mitchell "Mitch" Jacson
|Mitch, old buddy, can we call you Mitch? When did the adverb "creative" become a noun? According to www.merriam-webster.com, creative is an adverb. Calling people "creatives" seems awkward and a bit pretentious. Why not refer to them the way they refer to themselves, as crafters, designers and artists? Why make up words?|
|For Example #1 of the Bro-Mance from mitchjackson.live on Facebook Click here.|
|Example #2 of the Bro-Mance from Indie Law's Index Page|
|For Example #3 of the Bro-Mance from YouthHealth2011.com Click here|
|For Example #4 of the Bro-Mance from LegalMinds.Lawyer Click here|
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