Category: Newsletter

Doing Business in a Third World Country

Recently, I had occasion to interact with the Alabama Secretary of State’s office. I had formed an LLC, Chinaberry Press, LLC, without checking to see if the name was copyrighted or trademarked. After a short, but informative telephone conversation with an attorney representing a party who felt that […]

January 2012 Newsletter

  Thomas R. Lawrence   456 South 10th Street   Opelika, AL 36801   334-737-2727   tom@cap-consult.com As I See It!™ January 2012   Volume 3, Number 1   In This Issue: Welcome from Tom  The Bowl Season   As I Like it!TM   New Orleans Redux Velma […]

November 2011 Newsletter

Thomas R. Lawrence 456 South 10th Street Opelika, AL 36801 334-737-2727 tom@cap-consult.com As I See It!™ November  2011 Volume 2, Number 10 In This Issue:  Welcome from Tom Fifty-Four Years Later So You Want To Be An Entrepreneur Front Porch Press College Football 2011 As I Like it!TM […]

In Defense of Grits

IN DEFENSE OF GRITS There are many traditional southern dishes that I wouldn’t touch with a stick. I don’t want to be in the room with chitterlings, nor can I abide mountain oysters or rooster fries. I think buttermilk should be fed to the hogs, or in the […]

Chinaberry Press, LLC

In the spring of 2011, my first book, Delta Days, Tales of the Mississippi Delta was published and introduced to the trade. The book was well received by a regional audience and supported by positive reviews and a summer of book signing events across the southeastern U.S. My […]