Should Law Firms Offer Free Lunch, Snacks?
Should law firms provide free snacks to their employees? Yes. Next question. Is there no such thing as free lunch? Objection. Vague, or at […]Read more
Senate Debates How to Curb Mythical Frivolous Lawsuits
Several bills recently introduced in the Senate, aimed at curbing frivolous lawsuits, sparked congressional debate that might be worrisome to many federal practitioners. The […]Read more
Seasonal Business Cards for Marketing on a Budget
When it comes to seasons greetings, ecards are the cheapest — and that’s the problem. Not that you have to spend money on cards, […]Read more
Can You Avoid Liability by Tolling a Statute of Limitation?
One of the simplest causes of malpractice involves missing deadlines, and no deadline is more critical than a statute of limitations. If you miss […]Read more
Cannabis Law Firm Goes Global
Is it really a good idea to issue a press release about going global with your cannabis practice? Hoban Law Group, a leading cannabis […]Read more
Quash Cases via Arbitration or Pay the Price
When filing or defending a lawsuit with an arbitration clause, it can often work out to your client’s advantage to utilize that arbitration provision, […]Read more
What Is Drug Court Practice?
As the opioid epidemic continues to make front-page news, legal practitioners have opportunities to be part of the remedy. President Donald Trump’s commission on […]Read more
Judge Tells Lawyer: No Sidewalk Speeches
Most lawyers know the ethics rule on trial publicity, but never have occasion to worry about it. The rule prohibits a lawyer from making […]Read more
Passing the File After Being DQ’d by a Judge
Even the best conflict checking system won’t be able save you from getting disqualified if a case unfolds into a conflict, or some other […]Read more
How to Overcome Sickness From Work Stress
Alyson, an ambitious attorney, had a stroke when she was 35. She was going to court that day, but suddenly her body went limp. […]Read more