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    Working with a senior advisor can help rookies overcome the challenges of launching a new business
  2. Leah Golob
    Make sure your candidate has a knack for communicating with clients
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    Ellen Bessner, partner, Babin Bessner Spry LLP, speaks with host Dan Richards about the most common reasons advisors get sued and how to steer clear of lawsuit risks
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  7. Beatrice Paez
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  9. Dwarka Lakhan
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  10. Beatrice Paez
    Check your firm’s policy and follow a formal process. And don’t be afraid to say no