The Weinstein Effect: Protecting Your Business, Employees From Sexual Harassment

Workplace sexual harassment is a risk every entrepreneur must be informed of and manage. The Harvey Weinstein Effect Starting with the floodgates that opened with the alleged egregious actions of Harvey Weinstein, headlines across the U.S. feature claims of sexual harassment, assault and misconduct with news stories literally breaking by the hour on some days. Last week […]

Protecting an Entrepreneur’s Greatest Asset – Their Team

The most successful entrepreneurs we serve build their success through a combination of their own hard work and by building, leading and keeping high performing teams. In this special guest post, entrepreneur business coach and consultant Mitch Pisik shares an executive summary on protecting one of your business’ greatest assets, its people. Ike Devji A Company Is Known […]

Negative Publicity: Crisis Management for Businesses, Medical Practices

Issues in the news like the recent Ashley Madison data dump prove how negative publicity related to your practice or  the personal activities of any of its owners or employees, can have devastating effects on your professional reputation and financial solvency. Regardless of the cause, every business and medical practice owner and manager should understand some PR crisis […]

Employment Review Tips for Your Medical Practice or Busienss

A new year is a logical time to a handle a variety of employment related issues. Employee reviews are a key part of the process that will help you manage liabilities and encourage continued success and performance. We’ve covered a variety of employment related issues ranging from the basic steps all business and medical practice owners and […]

Crisis Management Plans for Business Owners and Doctors: Personal Saftey

The recent tragic events in Washington, Colorado and Wisconsin are just three examples of the realities that leaders and executives of medical practices must be prepared to deal with in an effective and organized way. Unfortunately for most of us, the first time our name is in the newspaper is usually not a happy event; […]

Addressing Employee Liability Issues at Your Medical Practice or Business – 12 Month Practice Tune-up

January 08, 2013 | Finance, Risk Management, Law & Malpractice, Staff By Ike Devji, JD Happy New Year and thanks for continuing into 2013 with us. In one of my last columns of 2012, I suggested that many of the complex issues we discussed together over the last few years in this forum can seem […]

Corporate Officer and Director Liability for Crimes Comitted By Company – CEO ASSET PROTECTION

An area of liability and exposure that is becoming more common and which is routinely overlooked in planning is  Officer and Director liability including both civil and criminal liability. This issue affects a variety of C-level executives from the traditional C.E.O. right through C.T.O. as the witch hunt continues. The first lines of defense are simple, […]

Former NFL Star, Jim McMahon named in FDIC Lawsuit – Board Member Liability – Asset Protection

The FDIC brought a lawsuit against Illinois Broadway Bank and former NFL player Jim McMahon is one of the seven former board members for the bank.   The FDIC is suing to recover $104 million from 17 bad loans that the bank made before it shut down in 2010. We warn all clients about Board […]

Business Owners and Managers CAN Influence the World for the Better – Choose To Do So

Like you I get a lot of email newsletters on variety of business and legal issues every day, much of it negative or scary . Most of them are unremarkable and get skimmed and deleted quickly. Every once in a while you get a gem, a good reminder of something you should be doing or […]

Intangible Traits of Successful Business Leaders – Success and Leadership

By Ike Devji, JD The majority of our discussions in this forum focus on specific intelligence and business tactics that support and preserve your success. However, I’m reminded of the less tangible elements of success on a regular basis by people I come across in my work. In most cases the things I make note of […]