Get Your Pokémon Off My Lawn!

By John B. Fraher, Esq. of Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani, LLP Pokémon Go has quickly become a global phenomenon, but no one seems to be asking, "is placing virtual creatures on the property of o

GPS Monitoring Employees & Invasion of Privacy Monitoring Employees & Invasion

By Alan Jampol, Esq. of Jampol Zimet LLP Advances in technology have altered the workplace and created an environment in which it can be difficult for employers to ensure that employees are doing w

Google "Adwords" Advertisements Trademark Infringement, Not Slogan Infringement

By Michael P. Kandler, Esq. of Goldberg Segalla   In Auto Mobility Sales, Inc. v. Praetorian Insurance Co., 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 84777 (S.D. Fla. June 30, 2015), the U.S. District Cour

Good News for Companies: Pennsylvania District Court Rules That Plaintiffs Lack Standing without Actual or Imminent Misuse of Data

By Melissa K. Ventrone, Esq. and Kathleen D. Wilkinson, Esq. of Wilson Elser.    “There are only two types of companies left in the United States … those that have been hack

Gender Stereotyping in the Workplace: Despite Lack of Federal Legislation, Plenty for Employers to Think About

By Caroline J. Berdzik, Esq. and Madeline S. Baio, Esq. of Goldberg Segalla LLP In “Injustice at Every Turn: A Report of the National Transgender Discrimination Survey,” published in 201

Google and the Great Divide: U.S. Privacy Rights versus EU Privacy Rights

By Melissa K. Ventrone, Esq., Anjali C. Das, Esq. and Alicia A. Garcia, Esq. of Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP  Will the “right to be forgotten” be the new mant

Guidance For Agents Regarding E&O Exposure

By Colleen M. Murphy, Esq. and Fallyn B. Cavalieri, Esq. of Goldberg Segalla LLP   Minimizing an insurance agent or broker’s errors and omissions (E&O) exposure due to an insurer&rsqu

Greg Arnold on the use of Professional Employer Organizations

By Greg Arnold CEO of Jackhammer HR   Every few years, I refresh the discussion on PEO (employee leasing) as a workers compensation insurance product for contractors. In my 12 years as a PEO brok

Government Shutdown – Now What?

By Kevin Lashus, Esq, of Jackson Lewis LLP   The failure of Congress to agree on a new budget for the Fiscal Year (beginning October 1) is resulting in a furlough of more than 800,000

Guarding Your "Tax" Identity From Being Stolen

By Carole B. Sheffield, Esq. of Anderson Kill P.C. Summer is upon us and the 2013 tax season is a distant memory — for most of us, including our estate planning and tax clients here at A

Great Plans – Unintended Consequences

By Charles T. Wilson, CMC, CRM, RPLU   We’ve all heard of the Law of Unintended Consequences. It’s amazing how it creeps surreptitiously into so many great business plan

Get an Attitude

By Edwin Martinez  When we hear or the read the word “attitude” most people think of having a “bad” attitude or expressing negativity frequently. In a Google search of

Guiding Rules for Buyers – Conclusion

By Daniel B. Price  Last month we continued our discussion of guiding rules for agency buyers to remember when embarking down the road to acquisition growth; rules previously covered include:

Guiding Rules for Buyers – Continued

By Daniel B. Price   Last month we covered the first two rules for agency buyers to remember when heading down the acquisition path: Clearly Define the Acquisition Strategy and Establish Pric

Good Sales People Continue to Be in Demand

By Mark Hunter Good salespeople continue to be in demand.  Finding a quality person to fill a position is not an easy job.  Although many people think they can be effective in sales, the re

Guiding Rules for Buyers

By Daniel B. Price Over the last several months we outlined what we believe to be the ten most important rules for agency sellers to follow as they walk through the selling process.  This month

Guaranteed Appointments – The Holy Grail for Insurance Agents

By Marvin Zalevsky Would you agree that selling is an agent's primary job? Sure it is. And, just how much time do you actually devote to your primary job? If you are like most agents, your answer

General Contractor, What Licenses Do You Really Need?

Key Points: • Does a general contractor need more then just a building license? • Potential liability issues or exposure for a GC actually doing work on a job site without the appropriat

Grow your Company by Hiring

Jul 9, 2008, 16:05 You can use pre-employment tests and other methods to help you hire obsessive-compulsive employees – when the job requires an organized perfectionist.   I r

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