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3 Common Claims Resolution Problems and How to Avoid Them

Not too often, but often enough, we receive phone calls from concerned insureds inquiring about what they should do now they have become aware of a claim or potential claim. While taking the correct initial [...]

By |April 15th, 2021|Categories: Tales from the Claims Files|0 Comments

Path To Well-Being In Law Podcast: Episode 12 – Steven Wall

Transcript:  CHRIS NEWBOLD: Hello, friends and well-being advocates. Welcome to the Path to Well-Being In Law podcast, an initiative of the Institute for Well-Being In Law. I'm your co-host Chris Newbold, Executive Vice President of [...]

To Arbitrate or Not To Arbitrate; That Is the Question

Last year, the Georgia Supreme Court made clear that lawyers are permitted to include arbitration provisions in their engagement agreements with potential clients. Innovative Images, LLC v. Summerville, 309 Ga. 675, 848 S.E.2d 75 (2020). [...]

By |April 10th, 2021|Categories: Substantive Law and Litigation|0 Comments

Why There is No Such Thing as a New Normal

I’ve been telecommuting for over a decade now, so when a COVID-19 stay at home order finally made its way to Montana, not much changed for me personally, at least in terms of my work [...]

ALPS In Brief – Episode 55: Estate Planning Gone Wrong

In this episode of the ALPS In Brief podcast, Mark Bassingthwaighte offers some insights in the arena of estate planning that are commonly overlooked. He covers dabbling, client misconceptions, common mishaps, beneficiary challenges, testamentary capacity [...]

Mindfulness Means Not Hitting Someone in the Mouth

I recently read an article that was a Q & A with a wonderful meditation teacher/writer/thinker, Sharon Salzburg (also, a co-founder of the Insight Meditation Society), in which she referred to an old New York Times piece [...]

By |March 24th, 2021|Categories: Managing Your Practice|0 Comments

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