Death of Mandatory Arbitration in Law Firm Employment?
Rumors about the death of the mandatory arbitration agreement at law firms are not really exaggerated. It is a slow death to be sure, […]Read more
Lawyers Stick Idaho With Bill for Ag Gag Challenge
For lawmakers in the state of Idaho, the recent debacle over the so-called “ag gag” law has just gone from bad to worse. That’s […]Read more
The Real Value of Legal Writing
Like beauty in the eye of the beholder, the value of legal writing depends on perspective. In Los Angeles, for example, an attorney may […]Read more
High Profile Hail Mary Good for Business
The recent pass interference no-call in the Saints – Rams NFC championship game has been causing quite the stir on social and traditional media. […]Read more
Protip: Pay Clients, Not Scammers
Have you read about the Canadian law firm that accidentally disbursed $2.5 million in client funds to hackers? It’s not a joke. It happened, […]Read more
To Pay, or Not to Pay Bar Dues: Is That a Question?
It’s that time of year when lawyers pay their annual state bar dues to keep their licenses active. For most, it is an easy […]Read more
Don’t Just Copy Good Digital Marketing, Make It Better
While copying another law firm’s marketing strategy or idea might not be the sincerest (or most welcome) form of flattery, it can certainly be […]Read more
Pray for Relief, but Be Careful About Praying in Court
Many lawyers have uttered the foxhole prayer. It’s that prayer you give after a judge crushes you with a bad ruling. Even the most […]Read more
House Rules for Lawyers That Work From Home
For those lawyers that work from home, and must share their home with a spouse, significant other, children, roommates, or even four-legged friends, laying […]Read more
Does Your Wall of Law Books Make Your Firm Look Old Fashioned?
If first impressions are everything, what does that say about the old law books at your office? If you have a wall of books, […]Read more