If Your Client Dies Mid-Litigation, Should You Tell the Court?
Losing clients can be tough, especially if they die. How far you go after that may depend on your practice. Learn more from FindLaw’s […]Read more
When Lawyers Need a Lawyer… Taxes Edition
There are three good reasons for a lawyer to hire a tax attorney, but you only need one. Learn more from FindLaw’s Strategist blog.Read more
How Do You Feel About Your Client Intake?
Good client intake is like a good handshake. Both people can feel something from the beginning. Learn more from FindLaw’s Strategist blog.Read more
Best Strategies for Sharing Business, Lawyer to Lawyer
Referrals are still the best way to bring in business, no matter what social media says. Learn more from FindLaw’s Strategist blog.Read more
Another Wall for Immigration Law – Asylum Seekers Must Pay Application Fees
If numbers mean anything, President Trump is losing the battle against immigrants crossing the border. Learn more from FindLaw’s Strategist blog.Read more
Why Settlement is the Best Way to Resolve Overbilling Complaints
“Overbilling” is one of the most common complaints against lawyers, and among the easiest to settle. Learn more from FindLaw’s Strategist blog.Read more
When Lawyers Need a Lawyer: Wills and Succession
Sometimes, lawyers need another lawyer. Read about why lawyers should lawyer up before dying or retiring on FindLaw’s Strategist blog.Read more
Law Allows Attorneys to Store Guns for Clients. Should You?
In Pennsylvania, lawyers may lawfully store guns for clients. But is that really a good idea? Learn more from FIndLaw’s Strategist blog.Read more
When Should A Lawyer Acknowledge a Client Is Wrong?
Even when criminal defendants are guilty as sin, defense attorneys advise them to plead not guilty. Everybody knows that, and that’s why everybody hates […]Read more
When You Just HAVE to Use Acronyms
Legal pleading can be complex and confusing and acronyms can be like a comfort blanket saving you tens, if not fifteens, of words. Get […]Read more