Responding appropriately to Identity Theft is one of the most important steps you can do. It is important to know your rights and options and to take action quickly. There are different types of Identity theft and it is important to respond the appropriately to the specific Identity Theft exposure that you may face.Read More
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Identity theft and use takes many forms: when someone has stolen or gotten access to your personal information and is using it to open accounts and charge purchases or cash withdrawals to you, file tax returns in your name seeking state and federal income tax or your refund, misusing your Social Security number or obtaining medical services. Identity Theft Statistics suggest over 15 million people are victimized by Identity Theft per year in the USA representing approximately 7% of American Adults.Read More
If you are a tenant who will be leasing office space for your business, here are a few tips you need to know...Read More
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So, you thought the trial went well, but somehow the judge didn’t see things your way. Your trial counsel is stressing, and you’re wondering what happened and whether you have any recourse. Sounds like the scenario for a potential appeal.Read More
Nonprofit organizations are under more scrutiny than ever these days from the government, contributors and other constituents. In addition to always making sure there is no private inurement or other activity jeopardizing a nonprofit’s tax-exempt status, there are a host of corporate governance practices that should be examined and need to be put in place.Read More