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Category: Insurance & Risk Management

Loss Prevention Tip #16

Loss Prevention Tip #16: Fee Agreement Checklist A well-written fee agreement encompasses more than your hourly, flat or contingent fee; it should define the parameters of the work to be completed, and address your obligations to the client, and the client’s obligations to you. It should also address your rights (e.g., to seek withdrawal) and...

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2017 Homewood Health Holiday Campaign

Homewood Health, your Professional Assistance Program provider, is excited to announce their 2017 Holiday Campaign. This year they are releasing four articles, two pre-holiday and two post-holiday. The first article was released on December 7, 2017. http://www.homewoodhealth.com/corporate/news/how-to-reduce-holiday-stress The Second article, Maintaining Your Mental and Physical Health during the H

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2017 Homewood Health Holiday Campaign

Homewood Health, your Professional Assistance Program provider, is excited to announce their 2017 Holiday Campaign. This year they are releasing four articles, two pre-holiday and two post-holiday. The first article, Reducing Holiday Stress, which focuses on gift giving challenges, budgeting holiday spending and minimizing social stressors and anxiety can be found at: http://www.homewoodhealth.com

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Loss Prevention Tip #15

Loss Prevention Tip #15: Protecting Yourself from Cybercrime Dangers: Be Careful About Putting Your Firm Data in the Cloud Almost everyone has data in the cloud, although many people may not realize it. If you are using Gmail or another free email service, iTunes, Facebook, LinkedIn or other social media tools, Dropbox, or doing online...

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Loss Prevention Tip #14

The Stresses & Challenges of Being a Lawyer: When Technology Doesn’t Help There is no doubt that technology has increased the pace of practicing law. While increasing efficiency, the constant flow of new products and applications can create just as much anxiety. The key is to use technology – don’t let it use you. Here...

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