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Jordan,

To your knowledge, does incorporation shield you from any of that (protect 
your personal assets?  I probably should talk to a lawyer.

Thanks,
Mark Johnson PE

In a message dated 6/7/04 12:20:39 PM Pacific Daylight Time, 
seaint(--nospam--at)truesdellengineering.com writes:

>....
> Are you willing to lose you license and all you possessions for the good of 
>  the company?  That's what they are asking you to risk.  I would ask about 
>  E&O as well as covereage for prior acts after you leave the company (your 
>  liabilities will follow you).
>  
>  Personally, I would never seal documents from a company in which I was not 
>  an owner - it's just not worth the risk.

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