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Tag Archives: Law Firms

Playing defense: Make sure your firm is prepared to fight back against hackers (access required)

Hackers used malicious ransomware last month to shut down the oil pipeline that carries gasoline to the East Coast, causing long lines at gas stations lucky enough to have any gas to sell at all. The attack was unusual it the amount of ...

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Partners sacrifice to repay clients after embezzlement (access required)

Four partners in a Charlottesville law firm went without pay for several months last year as the firm struggled to repay clients affected by a half-million-dollar embezzlement. A long-time bookkeeper took money from accounts at Dygert, Wright, Hobbs & Hernandez ...

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PPP a financial lifeline, but largest firms reluctant to discuss loans (access required)

For many of the nearly 5 million American companies that have received low-interest loans through the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), the financing they obtained has been indispensable in keeping employees on their payrolls during a pandemic. Law firms, many ...

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Six keys to increasing loyalty at your law firm (access required)

By Beth Sears BridgeTower Media Newswires All too often, attorneys abandon the law practice with which they work to join another or start their own. Usually unresolved conflict, misaligned values or better opportunities head the list of reasons for the ...

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