Job opening – Bookkeeper

We are hiring! If you, or anyone you know is a good fit for this job, please email a resume to careers@edslaw.net We are looking for a skilled Bookkeeper to maintain our financial records, including purchases, sales, receipts and payments. Bookkeeper job duties include working closely with our team to create and analyze financial reports..

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Job opening – Associate [Litigation & Transactions]

We are hiring! If you, or anyone you know is a good fit for this job, please email a resume to careers@edslaw.net We are looking for a highly qualified Legal Counsel to oversee the legal aspects of our business. You will safeguard our reputation by guaranteeing that the company strictly follows law guidelines and give..

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Job opening – Secretary/Legal Secretary is Needed

We are hiring! If you, or anyone you know is a good fit for this job, please email a resume to careers@edslaw.net   Secretary/legal secretary   • This is a part-time job – 20-30 hours/week (Temp/permanent)   Job brief   We are looking for a secretary/Legal Secretary to undertake a variety of administrative and clerical..

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Our Clients Write…

January 29, 2018 | posted in: Uncategorized | by

“We have found David to be a thoughtful and creative advocate with the ability to analyze complex problems thoroughly and then recommend and implement cost-effective solutions.” ~ Michael Meadvin Esq.

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Still More Top Tips for Business – Part Three

January 29, 2018 | posted in: Uncategorized | by

In the previous installment of this popular series, which shares simple legal advice from my own experience, I touched on two issues that have to do with staff and payroll – including staying straight with the IRS. I want to share one more tip for dealing with personnel in this issue, and then more on..

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Falling Down—To Move Forward

January 29, 2018 | posted in: Uncategorized | by

I want to share something personal with you: my son, Yehuda Leib, took his first step recently. Needless to say, we were all unbelievably excited. But that moment started me thinking about what lessons I could take away, as a business owner, from this huge milestone. Naturally, it was a great moment for our whole..

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Our Clients Write…

November 13, 2017 | posted in: Uncategorized | by

“I always enjoy your emails, they are always thoughtful and always seem to have something I can take away and learn from” ~ Paul J. Smith, AIF Senior Vice President – Starkweather & Shepley Insurance Corp of MA

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Legal Fixes For Your Business That Will Save Problems Later – Part Two

November 13, 2017 | posted in: Uncategorized | by

We’ve gotten such a great response to our series showcasing the Top 10 Legal Tips for Businesses that I’m thrilled to share the next in the series. I believe readers are responding because these tips apply no matter how big or small your business, and even whether it’s a brand-new startup or whether you’ve been..

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How is weeding the lawn like running a business – Lessons in backyard philosophy.

November 13, 2017 | posted in: Legal and Business Articles & Blog, Lighter Side | by

What do weeding the lawn and running a business have in common? Sometimes, on the weekend, I like to weed the lawn with my kids. Not only does it help me relax, but it gives me a chance to teach my kids – and myself – valuable lessons in running a business. Like what? Well,..

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How to Avoid Bank Hassles as an LLC or Corporation

I’ll be brief.  I just want to quickly share a story that happened to a client of mine last week that could help you avoid lots of unnecessary hassles. A corporate client called last week to report that he had had an unpleasant encounter at a bank with one of those rude bank employees who seem to think that their mission is to make customers’ lives difficult with paperwork.   What was the issue? Our client had..

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