ASSET PROTECTION

What's the best way to protect your assets? First of all, you can identify threats to your business that could potentially have detrimental effects. For example, what happens if you get sued for an accident? Are your personal assets protected? Should you have multiple corporations to separate assets from liabilities? How exactly does that work? Can you protect yourself from your competitors? How about employees that go work for other competitors? What are your rights? What are your options? If you are 100% protected and set up at the optimal level, we're not for you.. If you think your situation can be improved, it's time to make a move. #MoveToFLiP

Meet Keith Kelly, ESQ

For nearly twenty years, Mr. Kelly has lived and gone to school in the Inland Empire. He has been married eighteen years and currently resides in Moreno Valley with his lovely wife and three children. He was a partner in the 20 Attorney Riverside law firm of Varner & Brandt LLP where he handled Complex Litigation, Labor and Employment and Business Litigation until he left the firm to establish his own practice in October 2011. Mr. Kelly’s practice includes both federal and state trial work as well as federal, state and administrative appellate matters. Mr. Kelly has conducted more than 20 trials and an equal number of arbitrations. Mr. Kelly has defended employers in more than 20 class action lawsuits and has successfully argued appellate matters before both the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the California Court of Appeals, including the published opinion in The Fifth Day LLC v. Bolotin et al. (2009) 172 Cal.App.4th 939. His primary practice area includes federal and state Labor and Employment Law, though he also has extensive experience handling business and real estate litigation. Mr. Kelly represents employers in employment related matters including preventative legal counseling and guidance, wage and hour auditing and classification, harassment prevention/ investigation, and navigating disability/worker’s compensation requirements as well as drafting employment policies and compliance with the Affordable Care Act.
In addition to his extensive federal and state court litigation, Mr. Kelly appears before state and federal agencies on behalf of employers. He also handles any necessary appellate
reviews for his clients. Mr. Kelly has been a guest lecturer at the University of California at Riverside, Chamber of Commerce and the Riverside County Bar Association on labor and employment issues. He is also a member of both the California and American Bar Associations’ Labor and Employment Sections. Mr. Kelly has conducted training for employers in all areas of regulatory compliance, including sexual harassment/discrimination law as well as wage and hour law.
Mr. Kelly’s clients’ range from individuals to companies in the retail, manufacturing, financial service and technology industries. Mr. Kelly is admitted to practice before all four United States District Courts in California as well as the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal.

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Should I “buy term insurance and invest the difference”?

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