EPLI Insurance is Asset Protection for Employers

In part two of a 5 part educational video series for entrepreneurs, Asset Protection and Wealth Preservation expert Ike Devji explains why EPLI insurance (employment practices liability insurance) is so vital for business owners and entrepreneurs to protect themselves form variety of risks as employers.

Medical Practice Asset Protection: EPLI Insurance

While this article was originally written for Physicians Practice, it applies to all employers and deals with a very significant asset protection risk, employee lawsuits. Protecting your wealth and your business requires several layers, make sure you understand all of them. – Ike Devji In another discussion on medical practice employee risk I explained covered another […]

Dating Website Faces $20 Million Lawsuit Over Employee Injury for Typing

A key area of asset protection planning for our 1000’s of business owner clients is the danger of employee lawsuits. Ashley Madison dot com was recently sued over a repetitive motion injury allegedly incurred by an employee that makes up the fake profiles on the site. She was then photographed rising jet-skis and engaging in […]

Is your housekeeper, chef or nanny a lawsuit liability? Probably.

The frequency and exposure of lawsuits by various domestic help is a serious and growing threat. In the last few years I have seen more claims by domestic staff including maids, nannies, housekeepers, cooks, gardeners, personal trainers and etc. than ever before. Claims include wage and labor issues, sexual harassment, personal injury, wrongful termination, and […]

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 […]

Asset Protection for Your Medical Practice or Business , Learning To Fire the Right Way

By Ike Devji, J.D. Imagine that after two decades in business with 100 plus employees and not a single EEOC or employment complaint your business is facing a class action lawsuit by disgruntled former employees discharged for cause. Imagine that these employees call every other employee they can reach and try to get them to […]

Film Producer Ordered to Pay $3 Million in Sexual Harassment Suit

The headline could have read 100 different ways, with “Producer” substituted with “CEO” , “Athlete” or even “Doctor”. Imagine this was you, or the CEO or an exeuctive of your closely held business. I won’t pretend to know all the facts of the case, but I know that this type of claim is often an […]