Cybersecurity 101 Webinar

Cybersecurity 101 Webinar
In this webinar presented by our partners, Peter Brosse, Jon Hyman and David Croft, along with Michael Paull of Ahola Human Capital Management, we discuss why cybersecurity is important to business owners, look at a cybersecurity fact pattern, and conclude with a panel discussion. For more information, please contact us...read more


Estate Planning for Families With Special Needs and Substance Abuse Beneficiaries

Estate Planning for Families With Special Needs and Substance Abuse Beneficiaries
Do you have a close family member with a substance abuse disorder or special needs? Do you have friends caring for loved ones with these issues? Do you struggle with the anxiety of what might happen to your special loved one after your death? Providing your problem beneficiary with a...read more


Tax Reform: Planning for 2018 and Beyond

Tax Reform: Planning for 2018 and Beyond
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (the "Tax Act") made wholesale changes in the federal taxation of business income and expenses for corporations and limited liability companies, which can be beneficial to you and your company if you know how to take advantage of them. The Tax Act...read more


Employee Background Checks – What Contractors Need to Know

Employee Background Checks – What Contractors Need to Know
In this video Jon Hyman talks about the legal way to hire employees. Learn about background checks and what contractors need to know.


Contract Negotiation Tips: No Lien Clauses and Specific Lien Waiver Forms

Contract Negotiation Tips: No Lien Clauses and Specific Lien Waiver Forms
You want to be sure that you are paid for your work on ALL of your jobs. Mechanic's Liens and Bond Claims or even the RIGHT to file a Mechanic's Lien or Bond Claim can make sure that you do get paid, but Lien waivers and Pay-if-Paid clauses can get...read more


Building A Wall Around Your Business’ Trade Secrets

Building A Wall Around Your Business’ Trade Secrets
Full Presentation Part 1 Part 2 Many professionals are well-aware of the importance of trade secrets, which are among the most valuable types of intellectual property and intangible assets a business owns. The ultimate success of your business may depend upon how well you've protected your trade secrets. In this...read more


Builders Exchange Killer Contract Clause Webinar Series: Avoiding The 10 Killer Contract Clauses

Builders Exchange Killer Contract Clause Webinar Series: Avoiding The 10 Killer Contract Clauses
You are negotiating a new construction subcontract. There are always clauses you question. Some look innocent, others you believe are non-negotiable, others are just horrible--Killer Contract Clauses--that are out to get you. Seldom is a general contractor’s contract form fair and balanced contract. Why would it be? It was written...read more


Year-end Legal Audit: Helpful Tips Put Into Practice

Year-end Legal Audit: Helpful Tips Put Into Practice
Full Presentation Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 As 2016 draws to a close, now is the time to think seriously about year-end legal housekeeping, including tax planning and employment-related issues, and put those plans into action. The Meyers, Roman, Friedberg & Lewis Business Practice Group panelists will guide you...read more


The Department of Labor’s Wage & Hour Rule Changes – Are you Ready?

The Department of Labor’s Wage & Hour Rule Changes – Are you Ready?
Full Presentation Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Employers, mark your calendars. On December 1, 2016, the minimum salary threshold for the Fair Labor Standards Act’s (FLSA) white-collar exemptions increases to an annual $47,476. This more-than doubling of the salary test is the biggest change to the FLSA in decades,...read more


Five Biggest Mistakes Employers Make Handling Workers’ Compensation Claims

Five Biggest Mistakes Employers Make Handling Workers’ Compensation Claims
Speaker Steven Dlott, Partner, Meyer, Roman, Friedberg & Lewis spoke to members of the Western Reserve Safety Council on how to avoid mistakes that can cause your claim to be denied, to delay your receipt of benefits, or enable the insurance company to stop paying benefits.