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# 129485 17-Sep-2013 18:50
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Does anyone know of a good commercial lawyer or done business with them?
Cheap is good but not always good... :)

They need to have a good understanding of IT which would involve a merger and partnership with an overseas IT company.





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  # 897156 17-Sep-2013 18:50
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you.




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  # 898231 19-Sep-2013 08:52
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He wouldn't come cheap but somebody who does have great experience and knowledge in the IT area is Rick Shera. I've never had any business dealings with him but do know him.




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  # 898237 19-Sep-2013 08:57
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awesome , thanks.
did a google and see he's got alot to say out there!

Will contact him

Yeah lawyers are never cheap...but sometimes there's no option...






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  # 898941 20-Sep-2013 12:31
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sbiddle: He wouldn't come cheap but somebody who does have great experience and knowledge in the IT area is Rick Shera. I've never had any business dealings with him but do know him.



Thanks sbiddle! Just got out of a meeting with Mr Shera, seems quite clued up which is great!




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