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Essextec Adds New Solution Offerings to its Business Risk Services Platform

Essextec Adds New Solution Offerings to its Business Risk Services Platform

Renowned IT and Business Risk assessment company adds state-of-the-art security offerings to its already impressive platform. Rochelle Park, N.J. - September 20, 2013 -- Essextec, a Business Risk Solutions...

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Selecting a Day Trading Computer

Selecting a Day Trading Computer

Any day trader knows that their trading computer is a valuable tool to the success of their business. If you are in the market for a new trading computer, there are a few things to keep in mind to help...

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Shared Web Hosting Directory

Shared Web Hosting Directory

If you are looking to put up a webpage or other content, you will need to have it hosted by someone. The internet and the options for service providers it affords are huge. A shared web hosting directory...

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We Interview Lainie Anderson, Marketing Director of The Sunglass Fix

We Interview Lainie Anderson, Marketing Director of The Sunglass Fix

During our recent interview with Lainie Anderson, Marketing Director of The Sunglass Fix, we learned what drove Lainie and her husband Craig to leave successful careers and six figure incomes and take...

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An Interview with Jon Lydell, Owner and Partner of Lydell and Lydell

Written by Express Press Release on . Posted in Family law ca, Jon lydell attorney, Legal separation vs divorce

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Jon lydell, owner and partner of Lydell and Lydell, has quite an interesting story to tell. Not only does he have a remarkably diverse background, he really managed to make an impression at the first hearing he attended after starting his practice. Read on to find out why Mr. Lydell walked away from that hearing “beet faced.”

What made you decide to start your own firm?

Jon Lydell: I thought I could be good at this, and I did not have a desire to work for a large law firm with the accompanying interoffice politics, lack of control over work hours, draconian required billable hours etc. So I decided to be a solo practitioner.

How was it that you ended up finding your niche?

Jon Lydell: I sort of f