Corey D. Silverstein is the managing and founding member of Silverstein Legal and he gives sage advice to do business without cutting corners.


I remember doing some pretty stupid stuff in my younger days. I couldn’t count the number of times that I got into trouble in school if my life depended on it, but what I do remember is that the majority of my stupidity didn’t stem from original ideas. Rather, most of my seemingly brilliant actions were actually emulations or copies of something I’d seen one of my “friends” do, or something I saw on television (we are talking pre-internet here).


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