2019 Asset Protection Essentials

Asset protection takes many individual forms and ranges from simple to complex, but there are some universal basics. Proactively addressing these core defensive issues now will help protect your assets while you still have the greatest number of predictable, cost-effective options, and a legal right to do so.  Personal insurance The single most cost-effective asset […]

Protecting Your Business From Cyber Liability

Data Breach and Cyber Liability insurance is a vital first line of defense against a variety of exposures for any business that takes payments, has confidential information, uses social media or has a duty to protect HIPAA information, as just a few examples. Asset Protection lawyer Ike Devji explains what every business owner and entrepreneur […]

Asset-Protection Basics You Must Understand in 2015

Here are some key conceptual issues about Asset Protection doctors and business owners should understand as we go into a new year: 1. The best medicine, just as in your profession, is prevention, not treatment. Timing is always a key concept from a legal perspective; you may be legally unable to act (fraudulent conveyance, voidable […]

“Defensive Medicine” is often Good Medicine and “Best Practice” for Doctors

Asset protection for doctors is the main focus of this column (note: this article originally appeared at www.PhysiciansPractice .com, The Nation’s Leading Practice Mgmt. Resource) and we’ve examined it from many angles over the last 100+ articles I’ve shared here. Today, we examine the issue of defensive medicine, much decried by politicians and insurance companies and […]

Advisor Banned By FINRA for bad OBA and R.E. deals with NFL Players

A former financial advisor who cost a group of NFL players $43 million by steering them into a bum casino investment and other bad deals including real estate deals he took a peice of has been banned from the securities industry. See the story: http://www.fa-mag.com/news/advisor-barred-from-industry-for-bilking-nfl-players-13600.html?section=43 I wish I could say this was unusual, it’s not. […]