3 Things You Can Learn From Bad Clients
‘I just need some quick advice’ — famous first words from that time-wasting, non-paying client. Not to be harsh, but if someone starts with […]Read more
Should Law Firms Reply to Every Online Client Review?
When it comes to online reputation management, law firms often fear the damage that can be done as a result of negative online reviews. […]Read more
Can Your Law Firm Break Into Environmental Law?
If you’ve been considering getting into environmental law, you may be wondering whether or not it’s a worthwhile pursuit for your practice. And whether […]Read more
Don’t Freak Out About the Case You Can’t Handle
Harold LaFlamme’s very first case turned into a murder trial. He didn’t freak out, and his client was not executed. But LaFlamme, who passed […]Read more
Oxford Comma Case Settles for $5M
In recent years, no case has made such a splash over a statute’s lack of punctuation as the Oakhurst Dairy overtime case. On appeal, […]Read more
Tips for Lawyers: How to Eliminate Office Distractions
Did you ever notice how a teenagers can focus on video games so intently, an earthquake couldn’t shake their attention? Or how about those […]Read more
Sour Justice: Lime Juice Self-Defense Appeal
For criminal defense attorneys and defendants, sometimes getting creative is the only way to get justice. Unfortunately, most of the time creativity can’t carry […]Read more
Strategic Ways to Prepare for an Interview
You’ve done everything to prepare for that job interview, right? Resume? Check. References? Check. Self-interview? Wh-what? Exactly. There are some things to do before […]Read more
Will the New Tax Law Lead to More Divorces?
It’s only a matter of time before divorce lawyers start thanking the recently passed tax bill for all their new clients. Experts believe that […]Read more
Judge Not Thrilled With 53 Law Firms on One Case
‘What is this, some kind of convention for plaintiffs’ lawyers?’ That’s what Judge Lucy Koh could have been thinking when two law firms brought […]Read more