Theo Nittis, Principal of Gemini Risk Partners, was recently highlighted in the “Getting to Know” feature in the Oakland County Legal News. Find out why he became an attorney…and why he’s so passionate about getting a legal education. You’ll also learn that Theo will never pass up an opportunity to go fly fishing, bird hunting, or out for a good meal! READ MORE.
David Kramer, Principal, of Gemini Risk Partners, was honored to be interviewed by Lisa DeMoss, a WMU-Cooley Law School Professor and LL.M. Director of Insurance Law. David shared valuable insights and information about legal risk management for attorneys. The discussion covered topics including the liability insurance product market, best risk management practices and current issues of concern to law practices generally. READ MORE.
Law firms considering the hire of experienced attorneys should extend their evaluation of the candidate beyond the resume and interview. Learn why it’s important for law firms to perform due diligence on lateral hires. Check out this article called “Homework on Hires,” which appeared in the FEBRUARY 2018 ISSUE OF THE AMERICAN LAWYER.
David Kramer, Principal of Gemini Risk Partners, was recently highlighted in the “Getting to Know” feature in the Oakland County Legal News. Learn more about his interesting professional and community experience…and what he enjoys most about his career. Plus, find out which Detroit professional sports team has earned his life-long devotion…and caused him the most frustration! READ MORE.
This is an interesting issue as some policies actually contain a business advice exclusion but some courts seem to suggest that lawyers must render some form of business advice as part of their representation. READ MORE.
This latest edition of The Lawyers’ Lawyer Newsletter discusses a situation where a company was defrauded out of nearly $5 Million after an employee in their finance department initiated a wire transfer that was purportedly authorized by the company president but was in fact requested by a fraudulent actor posing as the president. In recent months, numerous law firms have received similar fraudulent wire requests. READ MORE.