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Are you protected from social engineering fraud?

Social Engineering Fraud is rampant with attacks originating from around the globe, as well as from your own back yard. Impersonation of management personnel or a client to deceive a staffer happens every single day. Is your firm protected if an employee unknowingly provides data or financial access that could cost you thousands or even millions? Watch the following video provided by Chubb and contact us right away to review your cyber liability coverage.  

You did WHAT with my firm’s files?

Law firm stores closed files in a remote access storage facility.  As has been the usual course for several years, the lawyer travels to the facility to retrieve a file and is told that the storage facility has been sold and the new owner has transferred the firm’s files to an out of state facility without the law firm’s knowledge or permission.  Oh, S#&@! The new storage facility owner does not have an inventory of what was removed from the old unit or what was de...

Differences in Worker's Compensation

How does Worker's Compensation Coverage differ between Corporations, Partnerships, LLCs, LLPs, Sole Proprietorships and Professional Corporations? Partnership / LLP Equity Partners are not automatically included. Equity Partners may elect to be included. If the Equity Partners choose to remain excluded from coverage, respond in the following manner on your audit: provide compensation figures for Partners but note "Partners - Not Applicable" on the audit form. ...


Data records compromised over time: 2008 60,000,000 Hackers figured out ways around security 2009 144,000,000 Drop due to added security 2010 4,000,000 Further added security 2011 174,000,000 Hackers figured out ways around security 2012 44,000,000 IT catching more hackers before breach but only matter of time before hackers will have figured ...

The Top 10 Malpractice Traps

1. Missing deadlines Utilize dual calendars Proper date calculations Cross-check 2. Conflicts of interest and matter Representation of both parties Personal involvement with a client's business Proper ID at engagement 3. Poor client relations Have clear and timely communication Clear engagement/declination letters Clear expectations up-front 4. Ineffective client screening Thorough intake process Conflict check with other firm mem...