It takes more than a law degree to grow your own firm

When Cayse Llorens got an idea for a business that would bring celebrities and their fans together virtually for private parties on the Internet, he knew he needed top-notch software engineers to make it happen.As an engineer himself, Llorens said he knew how to lure them to his young startup: Pay a lot of money up front."My philosophy was that for top talent, you get what you pay for," Llorens …

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