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Understanding Your Case
In this video Andrew Finkelstein narrates what you can expect to happen after you’ve been involved in a motor vehicle crash. There are different directions you may find yourself heading in depending on your circumstances. It’s important to document your medical visits and progress. We hope you make a full recovery, but if you do not we’re here for you.
Breaking Down the Law
RBT CPAs “Business Break”
In this “Business Break” from RBT CPA’s, LLP Andrew Finkelstein talks about filing a COVID-related business interruption insurance claim.
Leading Through Adversity
Andrew Finkelstein of Finkelstein & Partners sits down with Crisp Founder & CEO Michael Mogill for a recent installment of Leading Through Adversity, where we discussed the importance of taking care of your team during times of crisis.
The Game Changing Attorney Podcast
Andrew Finkelstein is Managing Partner of Finkelstein & Partners, renowned consumer activist, and accomplished litigator — and he’s made a name for himself bringing together the practice and business of law.
In this episode of The Game Changing Attorney Podcast, he joins us to share the top lessons he’s learned in his decades of industry experience, answering vital questions including:
- How do law, business, tech, and consumer advocacy go hand in hand?
- Can you detect toxic company culture before going into business with a firm?
- Why are the busiest people oftentimes the worst procrastinators?
- Are client surveys really still relevant for the law firm of the future?