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How Do You Craft a Successful Social Media Policy?

April 3, 2013


The Birmingham Business Journal asked its social media followers and local experts, including RMLG’s DeWayne Pope, about their best practices for creating a social media policy. DeWayne’s tip? “While there are laws and other legal concerns employers should be aware of, employers should also remember that social media is about developing community and organic, two-way […]

In The News

June 22, 2011


For the second year in a row, Red Mountain Law was honored to be chosen among the finalists for the best places to work by the Birmingham Business Journal. This year, the group was lucky enough to take home the top prize for small companies (1-50 employees). We’d like to thank our colleagues, clients and […]

President Obama Encourages Entrepreneurship

March 2, 2011


A few months ago, RML blogged about an innovative program in New York City aimed at encouraging entrepreneurship and new business growth in the city. More recently, the federal government announced Startup America, a White House-supported plan meant to foster and encourage new businesses throughout the country. According to the program’s website, Startup America is […]

What We Do At Red Mountain Law

December 22, 2010


As Red Mountain Law continues to grow and evolve, one of the many services we offer is to help emerging businesses put into a legal context the relationships they need to succeed. Here are two examples of those kinds of transactions as recently covered by the Birmingham Business Journal. A local online ticket sales operation […]

Where Does Birmingham Stand?

November 3, 2010


In the last few months, a number of articles have come out ranking Birmingham in everything from air fare prices to the intelligence of its citizens. The news is both good and bad. Here’s a brief round-up of where some media outlets says Birmingham stands: Forbes Magazine: 9th in Affordability 9th in Stress The […]

In The News

September 10, 2010


Red Mountain Law was recently named one of Birmingham’s Best Places to Work by the Birmingham Business Journal. Red Mountain Law co-founder Mike Goodrich was also quoted on Thank you to everyone who continues to support Red Mountain Law and the work that we do!

Where Have All Of The Entrepreneurs Gone?

September 1, 2010


According to the Birmingham Business Journal, South Cypress, an e-retailer of flooring, is the only Birmingham-based firm to place in Inc. magazine’s top 500 list of entrepreneurs. (The list ranks “the 500 fastest growing private companies” by measuring “the highest percentage revenue growth across three years.”) South Cypress came in at #360, and Montgomery-based eSolution […]