3 Tips to Navigate Law Office Politics
Although law firms do not tend to adhere to the typical structure of most for-profit businesses, the politics certainly can feel rather typical. As […]Read more
Is Retrial Kicking a Dead Horse?
Federal prosecutors seem intent on kicking a dead horse — no disrespect intended to Sen. Bob Menendez. But Menendez, who had a lock on […]Read more
Commercial Pot Tenants Need Signed Landlord Permission Slips
Under California’s new legal marijuana laws, in order for a marijuana business that rents space to be licensed, the business’s landlord must provide a […]Read more
How to Successfully Threaten Legal Action Against the Government
In a move that has left beaver, salmon, and wildlife advocates pleased, the federal government and state have agreed to stop killing beavers in […]Read more
Judge Suing Court Over Death Penalty Reassignment
When somebody sues a supreme court over a decision, it’s a knee-jerk reaction to think that somebody is a fool. After all, you don’t […]Read more
If You Want Happy Clients, Don’t Confuse Them
As a lawyer, it is your job to help clients navigate the confusing, and unforgiving, legal system. We lawyers can often forget that we […]Read more
Small Firm Lawyer Reality Check: Is There Really a Key to Success?
It turns out there is no key to success. It’s just a metaphor to sell the idea that success can be achieved with one, […]Read more
What to Do When Clients Demand More for Less
Have you ever put something on Craigslist, only to have potential buyers low-ball you so low that “dirt cheap” sounded good? Or, if you […]Read more
Mediating Mass Torts, Class, and Consolidated Cases
When it comes to mediating mass tort, class, complex, or just massive, cases, fashioning a resolution that all the parties can live with, and […]Read more
Does Your Firm Need a Data Analytics Officer?
Littler Mendelson has been making legal headlines over the recent hiring of a Chief Data Analytics Officers. The role is designed to head up […]Read more