Protect your friendships from legal bias.
Between succulent bites of ham and sips of eggnog, the holidays are typically spent catching up with old friends and extended relatives. Though this time of year is full of many joyous occasions, get-togethers can be the perfect setup for giving casual, yet unintended, legal advice.
Prepare for a successful 2017.
On top of holiday shopping and preparing your home for family get-togethers, your firm’s to-do list is probably a mile long. This time of year is stressful, but with proper planning, you can end the year feeling refreshed. As you’re preparing your firm for a successful 2017, take into consideration these dos and don’ts of year-end planning.
Clients can avoid liability claims by putting safety first.
From screams of terror to ghastly ghouls and monsters, haunted houses and hayrack rides are among the most popular Halloween pastimes. Unfortunately, such events can sometimes open the door to legal liability claims. However, haunted attractions cannot be held liable for achieving their stated objective: scaring visitors.
Plan today, retire comfortably tomorrow.
You can’t pass the torch when no one’s waiting for it. Though you may not want to step away from practicing law, you’ll need to hand over your clients and responsibilities at some point. Succession planning helps you find the right replacement, maintain the monetary worth of your firm, and organize a smooth transition for your clients and employees.