BOHEMIA, NY, May 14, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Every Long Island organization needs speakers for their events who can provide perspective, guidance and sometimes, a little humor. Increasingly, Long Island organizations are turning to attorneys from the Long Island Law Firm of Roe Taroff Taitz and Portman, LLP
when they want a seasoned, professional speaker. "It makes good business sense," says Steven Taitz, managing partner of Roe Taroff Taitz and Portman. "Our attorneys are able to provide anecdotes based on experience as well as sound legal knowledge." Taitz has developed a list of the most frequent topics he and the other firm attorneys are asked to speak about. Organizations interested in inviting a firm attorney to speak at an event are asked to contact Alison Mercado, Office Manager/Administrator at Roe Taroff Taitz and Portman at email@example.com
Most Frequent Speaking Topics Requested
While the attorneys are well-versed in a variety of legal topics, Taitz says he and his team are often requested to present in four key areas of concern to Long Island Businesses: Contract Law, Creditor's Rights Law, Small Business Owners Estates & Trusts, and Real Estate Law.
Contract Law: Top Tips to Avoid Contract Conundrums
Most contract conflicts due to poor communication and misunderstanding of terms.
In this presentation a Roe Taroff Taitz and Portman attorney discusses how to recognize and avoid confusing contracts. The talk is designed to help business owners, executives and individuals better prepare before signing a contract and identifies the Top Tips to Avoid Contract Conundrums in a lively presentation.
Creditor's Rights Law: Five Clues Your Customer is Not Going to Pay You
Want to avoid collection problems? Most business owners, executives and salespeople simply don't recognize the moment that an account they are selling to goes bad.
In this presentation a Roe Taroff Taitz and Portman attorney discusses how to recognize and avoid collection problems before they occur. While the list is not exhaustive the firm has identified some of the most common red flags that a customer may be about to default on a payment.
Small Business Owners Estates & Trusts: How Not to Take Your Small Business Secrets to the Grave
There is no question that online banking, electronic bill payment and personal finance software make your life much easier as a small business owner. But if a business owner's heirs cannot access the technologies and websites used on a regular basis, the advantages those business owners are investing in today could be lost. In this presentation a Roe Taroff Taitz and Portman attorney delivers some perspective and guidance for providing ways to access small business information as well as the knowledge necessary to identify accounts, insurance policies, stocks, bonds, personal property.
Real Estate Law: A Business Real Estate Decision Checklist
After years of hard work and effort, many small business owners find their operations have grown and they are running out of space. They may either purchase a building or rent additional space. But which is the correct choice? Buy or lease? It's a question most business owners or executives face at least once in the lifetime of their company. In this presentation a Roe Taroff Taitz and Portman attorney helps Long Island business owners and executives make better business real estate decisions by discussing a series of questions and a Business Property Sale & Purchase Checklist.
"Our attorneys have recently presented at some terrific venues, including the MacArthur Business Alliance and HIA-LI, with plans to speak at the 25th Annual HIA-LI Trade Show and Conference," said Taitz. "We enjoy the discussion with panelists and audience members. It's always a good time."
About Roe Taroff Taitz & Portman
Roe Taroff Taitz & Portman, LLP provides a wide variety of legal services to Long Island. Our attorneys have served the residents of Suffolk County for more than two decades. Comprised of attorneys, legal assistants and administrative staff, the firm provides support at various levels of legal expertise. Our resources are available to both businesses and individuals looking for experienced legal representation. The firm's primary areas of concentration include civil litigation, creditor's rights law, trust and estates issues, estate planning, admiralty claims, business counseling and real estate matters. For more information, please call 631-475-4400 or visit http://www.RTTPLaw.com
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