By Shayne Bevilacqua, MBA | 08-17-2017

If you want to run a successful business there are many lessons you can learn from the most profitable law firms. It doesn’t matter if you are going to manage a law firm or another business, the way they operate can provide lessons to any industry. Here are three things that you can learn from […]

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By Shayne Bevilacqua, MBA | 02-13-2017

Your business has a limited liability when it comes to claims. This is determined by the shares or guarantees it owns. In contrast, the personal liability of a director / officer of the company is unlimited. If a claim is made against them, their personal assets are at risk. Also, it is a common misconception […]

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By Shayne Bevilacqua | 09-07-2016

  Most people don’t think of their office as an inherently dangerous working environment. After all, it isn’t like there are cars, heavy objects moving above heads or other external dangers that can threaten life and limb. However, the office environment does have some serious dangers. The top workplace injuries; back and neck pain, vision […]

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The world is becoming ever more digital. We are spending more time on social media, and this is leading to court cases as people disagree over its use. In recent years there have been numerous landmark social media lawsuits that have had a profound impact on how social media can be used within your business. […]

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By Shayne Bevilacqua | 11-23-2015

Today’s modern world is becoming ever more digital, and with it, threats from hackers and cyber criminals are becoming more of a risk for all professions, including lawyers. To protect your business should the worse happen, you should seriously consider cyber liability insurance. Is it suitable for everyone? What are the seven factors you need […]

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By Shayne Bevilacqua | 08-19-2014

According to a report released this week by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA), almost 65,000 tax-exempt organizations owe close to $875 million in back taxes to the federal government. Underlying this gross negligence in tax abuse is the fact that the IRS has seen a reduction in key enforcement personnel: a slashing […]

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