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Johnny Lee is president of ePanic Button and director of Peace at Work. ePanic Button is a PC-based panic button and incident notification system that helps protect front line employees and prevent early-stage situations from escalating into major, dangerous events. He was previously the Workplace Violence Specialist for the Office of State Personnel in Raleigh, North Carolina, Training Director for the UNC-Chapel Hill Injury Prevention Research Center’s PREVENT program, and Victim Services Coordinator for the Asheville, North Carolina Police Department. For more information on Attorneys, Law Firms and ePanic Button visit: http:// epanicbutton.com/law-firms-attorneys-and-legal-professionals.

10 SAFETY TIPS for Law Firms, Attorneys and Legal Professionals

10 SAFETY TIPS for Law Firms, Attorneys and Legal Professionals

Violence committed by clients against attorneys and legal professionals is real. It happens in small towns and big cities, and in small and large legal practices. Some practice areas are more volatile than others, such as divorce and family law, dispute resolution, employment law and real estate litigation. Particularly in a bad economy with high […]

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