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Tips for maintaining law firm financial records

Jan 23, 2014 By: Jeremy Byellin

Attorneys are responsible for maintaining a wide range of financial records. Here are some quick tips for doing so.

Securities and Exchange Commission adopts final rules on disqualification of “bad actors” from reliance on Rule 506 (part 2)

Jan 16, 2014 By: Alan Gutterman

In the first post in this series we looked generally at Rule 506, today we will focus in on “Disqualifying Events,” which include certain legal “bad marks” such as criminal convictions and certain SEC disciplinary orders

The matter of client file maintenance in the digital age

Jan 15, 2014 By: Jeremy Byellin

Attorneys need clients, and clients need files. How should attorneys best maintain their client files to be successful?

Securities and Exchange Commission adopts final rules on disqualification of “bad actors” from reliance on Rule 506

Jan 14, 2014 By: Alan Gutterman

Rule 506 (17 C.F.R. § 230.506), which is part of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Regulation D, provides issuers with the opportunity

Community Service: Two Surprising Ways It’s Good for the Soul, and for Business

Jan 9, 2014 By: Ryan A. Kaye

Community service has always been an important part of the firm’s identity, and has provided a rewarding outlet for its attorneys who

What to do when facts change in your family law case, part 3: A parent’s commission of a crime

Dec 24, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

Family law cases may be some of the most fact-sensitive of all; even minor changes in circumstances can have profound effects on the outcome of the case. So what do you do when there is a change in the facts of your family law case? We’ll answer that question in a series of posts on the topic

What to do when facts change in your family law case, part 3: Marriages and remarriages

Dec 18, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

Family law cases may be some of the most fact-sensitive of all; even minor changes in circumstances can have profound effects on the outcome of the case. So what do you do when there is a change in the facts of your family law case? We’ll answer that question in a series of posts on the topic

What to do when facts change in your family law case, part 2: Job and income changes

Dec 10, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

Family law cases may be some of the most fact-sensitive of all; even minor changes in circumstances can have profound effects on the outcome of the case. So what do you do when there is a change in the facts of your family law case? We’ll answer that question in a series of posts on the topic

What to do when facts change in your family law case, part 1: Living situation changes

Dec 6, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

Family law cases may be some of the most fact-sensitive of all; even minor changes in circumstances can have profound effects on the outcome of the case. So what do you do when there is a change in the facts of your family law case? We’ll answer that question in a series of posts on the topic

Governance counseling is also important for family-owned businesses

Nov 19, 2013 By: Alan Gutterman

How family-owned businesses can follow Sarbanes-Oxley recommendations as a way to establish an environment of fairness and transparency within the company.

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