Attorney Releases Controversial Book - Protect Your Business From Lawyers, Lawsuits And Legal Disasters

El Paso, Texas (PressExposure) March 26, 2009 -- Frustrated by the injustices she has seen in 21 years as a business attorney, Marjorie Jobe's new book reveals horrifying accounts of business owners who have been side-swiped by unexpected legal disasters. The Business Law Battle Plan for Entrepreneurs: Protect Your Company from Lawyers, Lawsuits, and Legal Disasters is far from another boring legal guide. Jobe cites real-world cases and reveals insider secrets that no other book dares to cover.

Readers will be horrified to learn how a pirated trademark cost one vulnerable business millions to repair, the truth about how Martha Stewart was unjustly prosecuted based on loopholes in the legal system, and the frightening power that the Federal government has over your freedom.

Readers will also learn essential legal protection strategies including how to:

• Prevent employee lawsuits • Protect your rights if you are ever targeted for a Federal investigation • Limit cyberspace liability • Decide when to sue and when to walk away • Safeguard your assets with marital property agreements • Develop effective business contracts • Control your own lawyer • Hire and manage the right lawyer • And so much more

"Litigation can destroy a business, even if you win. "Most people don't realize how quickly the costs add up when you go to court. Too often lawyers who represent plaintiffs or larger companies take advantage of smaller operators because they know that the cost of litigation can actually drive you out of business, says Jobe.

Jobe also says that business owners that have never been touched or scarred by the criminal legal system are far more vulnerable than they realize. "Employee lawsuits are the ones we hear about most, but our own Federal government is one of the biggest threats out there. They have their own set of rules and it is imperative that business owners know their rights before they are wrongly accused."

Jobe's mission is to empower business owners to build their own legal battle plan before disaster civilly or criminally strikes. She shares additional tips in her Business Law Protection Strategies blog. Her book has received advanced praise:

"Every business owner and executive has the duty to protect their company from legal risks and threats. Marjorie Jobe covers the key tools and strategies for fulfilling that duty. I highly recommend this book for all entrepreneurs." -Garrett Sutton, Esq., co-author with Robert Kiyosaki of Rich Dad Advisors: Own Your Own Corporation.

"Business Law Battle Plan for Entrepreneurs is the legal guide for small business owners. The book's practical information enables entrepreneurs to understand how to protect themselves and their company from legal abuses. Read it and educate yourself on the secrets of America's legal system." -Romanus Wolter, author of Kick Start Your Success and Entrepreneur Magazine's Success Coach

"I was both fascinated and horrified by the lessons revealed in this book. There is a wealth of value here that every business owner absolutely needs to know. I read a lot of books and can honestly say that this is one of the most valuable investments that you will ever make in your business." -Stephanie Chandler, author of From Entrepreneur to Infopreneur

About Jobe Publishing Company, L.L.C.

The Business Law Battle Plan for Entrepreneurs: Protect Your Company from Lawyers, Lawsuits and Legal Disasters may be ordered directly through the author’s website at http://www.marjoriejobe.com as well as through Barnes & Noble and Amazon.com.


Author: Marjorie Jobe, J.D.
ISBN: 978-0-615-233364-2
Formats: Hardcover or Softcover, 6x9, 320 pages
Retail Price: $39.95 Hardcover, $29.95 Softcover and ebook $20.00


Contact: Adriana Limon
Tel: 915-792-9401
Email: adriana@marjoriejobe.com
Website: http://www.marjoriejobe.com


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Press Release Submitted On: March 25, 2009 at 4:14 pm
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