Four Vital Business Lessons from a High School Graduation

October 25, 2018 | posted in: Business Issues, Lighter Side | by

Did you ever have a moment when you glowed inside and out with pride?  Last June,  at my daughter’s high-school graduation, I had every right to be proud.  It’s a huge achievement, both for the parents and the child.  If you’ve been there as your kids graduated, whether from preschool or from a doctorate program,..

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Smith & Associates – Fighting for Your Rights

October 25, 2018 | posted in: Business Issues | by

At Smith & Associates, we do things differently.  We care about justice and making sure our clients’ voices are heard, no matter what it takes.  One recent case demonstrates the extent we’ll go to, even when it involves unorthodox strategies, and even when it rubs the establishment the wrong way, to guarantee that our clients’..

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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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