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David Liebman has been in and around commercial real estate for over 35 years. He’s the Managing Broker of Merit Partners LLC, and is an Illinois and Wisconsin licensed commercial broker who has earned the prestigious SIOR designation. He specializes in buyer and tenant representation, site acquisition, leasing, purchases and build-to-suits of industrial and commercial buildings and land. Listen in as he joins The Savvy Entrepreneur Radio Show to share his top commercial leasing tips. He also shares insights about how the Covid-19 pandemic has changed commercial leasing, and what future changes are still likely to come. Hear some great…
There are many new laws that impact California employers in 2021. In this webinar, you will learn about the most significant 2021 employment laws to keep in mind, including required sexual harassment training, COVID-19 notification. Presented by Cynthia Flynn and Angela Serranzana of Hackler Flynn & Associates.…
Have you ever let your emotions get involved in your investment decisions? Join us for My Brain Made Me Do It, a complimentary fact-based presentation about how our brain plays a role in investing. We will cover: The human brain and our psychology The brain’s reaction to emotional situations How to avoid common investing mistakes Do not miss this exclusive event! Important Zoom Details: Date and time: February 18 @ 12 noon To register, click the following link. https://edwardjones.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_xpB6FVo3QlilyuuQeFFpNQ
Emotional intelligence research has shown that success at work or in life depends 80% on EQ (emotional intelligence) and 20% on IQ (cognitive intelligence). While strong IQ can be the price of entry into the world of work, going from good to great rests on your masterful skills in the social and emotional forms of intelligence. Serena Santillanes, President of Career Journeys, helps demystify EQ and explains how it can help us be more effective at work and at home. For the podcast as well as additional tips and resources check out: https://www.jobtalkweekly.com/blog/emotional-intelligence
It’s a story that rings true for too many families, and usually doesn’t produce the ending they might have hoped for: a person becomes incapacitated without having a power of attorney in place. Perhaps you or your loved one don’t want to think about the reality of getting older, or perhaps you believe there’s plenty of time before you’ll need one. In any case, not naming a POA before you become incapacitated can have devastating consequences and could result in a lack of protection for yourself and your family. Experienced CPA Marcia Campbell has heard personal stories like this before,…
Most people are cautiously optimistic that 2021 will be a lot better than 2020. But while you’re probably looking forward to a time when life can finally return to some semblance of normalcy, there are a number of steps you can take right now to make sure that your financial life is also in good order. 1. Adjust your withholding taxes if necessary You may not get your 2020 Form W-2 wage and tax statements until the end of the month, but your last paycheck will give you a good idea of how much was withheld in taxes. If the…
The pandemic is intensifying valuation conflicts in divorce, but the right expertise and creativity can resolve these issues. Navigating a divorce is almost always difficult, but add a global pandemic to the equation and the process can feel impossible. From backlogged courts to co-parenting with opposing social distancing philosophies to dividing assets amid heightened financial uncertainty, COVID-19 is presenting unprecedented obstacles for couples who wish to part ways. Divorce and illiquid assets: an even wider “spread” This is particularly the case when illiquid assets are involved. Even with the help of outside valuation experts, complex assets with opaque valuations are…
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/dallas-bar-association-discussion-future-caresppp-false-craig-warner/?trackingId=3flnwxRMh2Ya%2BX98sgt87w%3D%3D The Dallas Bar Association today presented an incisive discussion regarding the future of criminal and civil litigation surrounding the CARES Act and the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”), featuring my partner at Bell Nunnally & Martin, Jeff Ansley, and my former colleague at King & Spalding, Ethan Davis. The panel also included current Department of Justice officials and Dallas white collar counsel. https://www.bellnunnally.com/spotting-the-red-flags-how-to-protect-your-company-from-ppp-fraud-prosecution As a former Assistant U.S. Attorney, and as a litigator of complex business disputes who spends significant time on False Claims Act matters, I found the discussion chock full of helpful insights that buttressed my own expectations…