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SHOCKING NEWS FROM THE WORLD OF SCIENCE: The Bra Size That Makes Women Happiest: Some 39 percent…

SHOCKING NEWS FROM THE WORLD OF SCIENCE: The Bra Size That Makes Women Happiest: Some 39 percent of women with a C-cup said they loved or liked their boobs out of five options including didn’t mind, disliked or hated their … Continue reading

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Federal Contractors’ Guide to Small Business Administration Set-Aside Contracts, Size Standards, Size Protests, and Affiliation

Please see the following link for Fox Rothschild LLP’s Federal Contractors’ Guide to Small Business Administration Set-Aside Contracts, Size Standards, Size Protests, and Affiliation.  http://www.foxrothschild.com/douglas-p-hibshman/publications/federal-contractors-guide-to-small-business-administration-set-aside-contracts-size-standards-size-protests-and-affiliation/ The federal government sets aside a significant portion of its procurement dollars each year for purchasing … Continue reading

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How to Ensure Your Franchise Application Process is Airtight–No Matter Your System’s Size

Last year at the ABA Forum on Franchising Annual Meeting, the programming included a seminar entitled “Between You and Me: A Toolkit to Counsel in and to Smaller Systems.” The purpose of the session was to provide new in-house lawyers … Continue reading

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Size Matters-Ostensible Subcontractor Rule

Primary and Vital Contract Requirements Size Appeal of: Emergent, Inc., Appellant Re: Kapsuun Grp., LLC, SBA No. SIZ-5875, 2017 (Dec. 19, 2017) For help with a size standard protest ,  The Air Force issued an RFP for Linguist and Support … Continue reading

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One size does not fit all

Your marketing has a personality. A style. In part, it is comprised of what you say to prospective clients and how you say it, but also things you don’t say because you presume prospective clients already know it. That’s a … Continue reading

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