One of the more difficult tasks for an attorney is to get clients to create an estate plan. The truth is that most people would rather do almost anything other than contemplate and prepare for their own inevitable passing. This is a shame because estate planning is the best way for a person to provide […]
Archives for August 2016
Depositions and Trial Testimony: Knowing the Difference When You’re Under Oath
A subpoena hit your door and you’re staring down the barrel of a lawsuit. Malpractice attorneys know all too well that when you’re facing this sort of legal action, it’s critical to say and do the right things. You may be asked to give testimony in a deposition, where the plaintiff’s attorney will ask questions […]
Denial of Coverage and Reservation of Rights Letters Pose a Trap for Unwary Counsel
Counsel for insurance companies are frequently called upon to offer advice about or to actually draft a letter to an insured either denying coverage or providing a defense while reserving the carrier’s rights regarding coverage. This usually happens when it is not clear if the claim made against the insured is covered under the terms […]
Should You Move Your Business to the Cloud?
Cloud computing is available to everyone in various forms. As individuals we put our photos and music in the cloud and businesses can use the cloud for various functions including storing data and information. Cloud computing offers many benefits to businesses, but there are cyber liability and privacy and data security risks that come with […]