Columns

The starting point for planning is information

March 25, 2015

Edward Poll, The Daily Record Newswire In a previous column, I touched on the seemingly basic but vital concept of planning as an essential part of your business. So the New Year is here, and you’ve finally decided to create a business plan. You’ve ...

Q&A with an investment adviser

March 25, 2015

Claude Solnik, The Daily Record Newswire Charles Massimo went from big Wall Street firms to being the CEO of CJM Wealth Management, managing $300 million today. He talked with me about why he left Wall Street and how to best invest with or without an adviser. What ...

May it Please the Palate

March 25, 2015

Asian lettuce wraps Nick Roumel, Nacht Law There is one thing that gets me on my high horse more than anything — food snobbery. This takes many forms, from turning up one’s nose at the corner diner, to declaring and decreeing what types of ethnic ...

Legal People

March 25, 2015

Collins, Einhorn, Farrell Collins, Einhorn, Farrell PC is pleased to announce that the following five attorneys have been elected partners in the firm: Geoffrey M. Brown, Trent B. Collier, Katherine A. Crowley, Melissa E. Graves, and Julie E. Nichols. Geoffrey ...

May it Please the Palate

March 25, 2015

Greek Kapama Spice   By Nick Roumel   The 2003 Greek movie A Touch of Spice is about the 1964 expulsion of Turkish-born Greek citizens from Turkey. The young protagonist’s grandfather owns a spice shop, and teaches him about cinnamon. ...

Divorce Court: The Company You Keep

March 25, 2015

By Maria E. Matyjaszek People say you if lay down with dogs you’re going to wake up with fleas. While offensive to my dogs, who have always been flea free (knock on wood), this theory holds true with respect to who you expose your children to over the ...