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Beware – The Topsy Turvey Economy

It is anticipated that by the summer of 2008, 500,000 of the two million sub prime borrowers in this country will default on their mortgage. As a result of lending becoming more restrictive by...
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Bankruptcy and Insurance

  Despite the worsening economy, most of you will never file for bankruptcy. Most of you however will face a client who is contemplating a bankruptcy or even files one. They may turn to...
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Arbitration in a Maritime Injury Context

Presented to:  Sixth Annual Judge Alvin B. Rubin Conference on Maritime Personal Injury Law Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center McKernan Law Auditorium March 7, 2008      ...
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Agency Web Sites Need Overhaul

Independent agents cite referrals as a key source of new business. In the old days, people would hear a name from an acquaintance (“Call Smith Insurance—they’re great”) and they’d call directory information or open...
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Adding Value, Minimizing Risk

INSIDE THE MINDS The Current Climate New federal legislation following the Enron and WorldCom cases has affected the number of claims, matters, and lawsuits against professionals. However, of greater concern than the frequency of...
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