More on Bad Check Frauds

I read a blog post today written by one of my peers.  Sheila M. Blackford, the author,  is an attorney and Practice Management Advisor for the Oregon State Bar Professional Liability FundSo here I come to post a link to it, and find that the last thing I wrote about on this blog was exactly the same topic.   Yes, it’s that important, or we wouldn’t keep repeating it.

I’ve been absent from the blog for a while.  A sudden need to provide care for a loved family member, on top of everything else, changed a few priorities in the interim.  Sadly, this blog had to wait for some semblance of normalcy to return; achieved by hiring 24-hour at-home caregiver service.  I make no apologies — I did what I had to do.

I will be blogging more about contingency plans, disaster prevention and recovery, and overload issues in upcoming posts.  The recent experiences have reminded me that there are certain areas which need to be talked about repeatedly, in order not to lose our vigilance and preparedness.  (And that means having “Plan B” is not optional!)

Returning to the topic of this post, I suggest you take a moment to read Sheila Scanlon’s post entitled “Bad Check Frauds: ‘Tis the Season for Lawyers to Be Wary” because it’s loaded with very practical information and suggestions on protecting your practice.

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