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False Lawyer Advertising: Close but Now State Bar

Lundy Law did not break false advertising law with its commercials. However, according to a federal judge, the Philadelphia law firm did stretch the […]

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  15 March 2018
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What Metrics Should Law Firms Track to Make More Money?

When business is booming, it can often feel like a waste of time to track performance metrics. However, taking the time to measure what […]

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  14 March 2018
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3 Tips to Run Your Law Firm More Like a Business

When you opened the doors to your law practice, you probably didn’t expect to spend the number of hours you do on administrative and […]

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  14 March 2018
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How and When to Use Secondary Sources

A funny thing about legal research methodology is that traditionally you started with secondary, not primary, sources. What’s funnier today is that while technology […]

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  13 March 2018
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Succession Planning and Heading to Retirement for Solo Lawyers

Did you ever have that moment when a teacher or a speaker pointed in your direction, and you turned around only to see no […]

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  13 March 2018
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No Implicit Bias Jury Instruction on Appeal

Implicit bias is not so easy to grasp, but the findings make it painfully clear: Everyone is biased, one way or another. Unfortunately, the […]

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  12 March 2018
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Firm Develops Support Group for Attorneys With Families

Most lawyers are aware of one of the biggest risks inherent in practicing full time: It can be lonely at the top. If you […]

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  12 March 2018
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New Ethics Opinion on Confidentiality in Lawyer Blogs Changes Nothing

For many small firm and solo practitioners, blogging is part of the job. In order to keep those search rankings up, and keep potential […]

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  8 March 2018
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Shocking! Judges Can’t Electrocute People for Not Answering Questions

‘Shocking’ barely describes the treatment of Terry Lee Morris. When he refused to answer questions at his criminal trial, Judge George Gallagher ordered deputies […]

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  8 March 2018
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Can a Secretary Run Your Practice During Semi-Retirement?

You spent years training your legal secretary (because an associate would’ve been too expensive, ungrateful, and wouldn’t have learned anyway), and your secretary is […]

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  7 March 2018
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