Stephen D. Lentz, Esq., founder of Lentz Law Group and co-founder of Anchor Legal Group, PLLC, has authored a second article in the series Ethics for Life and Business. Steve’s recent piece, “Be Alert!”, was adapted from his book, Bulletproof: Business Protection Strategies from a War Zone. In “Be Alert!” Steve discusses his experience as […]
What Are Reasons Churches Should Outsource Their Bookkeeping?
Churches exist for the sole purpose of practicing religion. To operate successfully, every church has a mission, and although churches vary in denomination, every church sets a goal as to how to grow the congregation and do right by its members and attendees. Churches need funds for service and outreach, among other charitable and operational […]
Can You Sue a Drunk Driver?
Drunk driving remains a serious issue and a threat to drivers and their passengers in Virginia and across the nation. According to 2017 data from the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles, twelve alcohol-related crashes happened daily on average. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) figures suggest that one third of individuals can expect to be […]
How Effective Are My Car’s Safety Features?
Most vehicles are equipped with basic safety features like airbags, antilock brakes, and three-point seatbelts which are shown to reduce accidents and injuries. Recent developments in vehicle safety have also led to more advanced driver-assist technologies designed to prevent crashes before they occur, but are they really making our cars, trucks, and SUVs safer? The […]
What Legal Concerns Should Churches Be Aware of?
A house of worship enjoys many legal benefits that enable it to continue providing church members with regular religious and community outreach services. They often are exempt from paying a variety of taxes and benefit from constitutional protections. Those protections are not absolute, and many churches wind up litigating many legal issues. From civil disputes […]
Anchor Legal Group Announces Steve Lentz’s New Book, It Was Never About the Ketchup!: The Leadership Legacy of H.J. Heinz.
Anchor Legal Group, PLLC, is proud to announce the publication of firm partner Stephen D. Lentz’s new book, It Was Never About the Ketchup!: The Leadership Legacy of H.J. Heinz. In the new book, Steve explores the idea that each of us is created with the potential to make this world a better place because […]
Can Car Accidents Cause Back Pain?
The force that is created when your car crashes into an object, whether a stationary object or another vehicle, is enough to send your spine into fits. If you were lucky enough, the crash you were just in was not bad enough to crush you. Unfortunately, you are not out of the woods just yet. […]
Anchor Legal Group, PLLC Welcomes Charles D. Pittman, Jr., Esq. to the Firm
Anchor Legal Group, PLLC is pleased to announce that Charles “Charlie” D. Pittman, Jr. has joined our team. Mr. Pittman brings years of experience and a record of excellence in real estate transactions, title insurance, and real estate investment business matters. We are pleased to add his dedicated legal service and extensive knowledge of Virginia […]
What Are Fiduciary Responsibilities of Church Board Members?
The governing board of any church, much like any corporation, is a serious entity. When accepting a board position, board members have a responsibility to do well by the church and its members. Their representation of the church, including any and all related business, must be conducted in good faith. Each church board member, or […]
What is Malicious Prosecution?
Malicious prosecution is the act of knowingly filing a civil or criminal lawsuit against an individual with no reasonable grounds, probable cause, or acting with improper purposes. In such cases, the defendant in that case may be entitled to file a lawsuit claiming malicious prosecution against a prosecutor or others who initiated the claims. Typically, […]