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How to Protect Your Law Firm’s Reputation

“He who steals my purse, steals trash,” William Shakespeare wrote, explaining that money doesn’t last. “But he who filches my good name robs me […]

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  23 February 2017
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What Does Your Vehicle Say About Your Law Practice?

Most clients won’t see your car until after they have hired you. So unless you are practicing law out of your car, your choice […]

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  23 February 2017
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House Bill Seeks to Hamstring Class Action Lawsuits

House Republicans are considering a new bill that could drastically curtail class action litigation. The proposed law, the Fairness in Class Action Litigation Act […]

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  22 February 2017
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5 Lessons From Failed Law Firms

They say if we don’t learn from the mistakes of the past, we are doomed to repeat them. So let’s look at some of […]

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  22 February 2017
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To Protest Excessive Bail Requirements, Judge Sets $4 Billion Bond

A woman accused of shoplifting spends a week in jail because she can’t post a $2,000 bond. A man is sent to Riker’s Island […]

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  21 February 2017
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Stay on Top of Housing and Development Law With One Easy Reporter

When it comes to housing and development, there is plenty of uncertainty right now. Will mortgage rates continue to rise? What will happen to […]

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  21 February 2017
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The Great Supreme Court Debate: Apostrophe After ‘S’?

As the composition of the U.S. Supreme Court changes, a serious question remains to be decided: Is there a possessive apostrophe after words ending […]

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  16 February 2017
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How to Put Your Creative Genius to Work in Your Law Practice

Everybody knows that Thomas Edison said, “Genius is one percent perspiration, ninety-nine percent inspiration.” And everybody knows, or at least with a quick Google […]

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  15 February 2017
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Litigation Boutiques Continue Spinning Out of BigLaw

When a piece of an iceberg breaks off, it’s doesn’t mean sea levels will rise around the world. But if a polar cap starts […]

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  14 February 2017
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No More No Fault? Oklahoma Bill Could Make Divorce Harder

A bill in the Oklahoma legislature seeks to make it more difficult for some married Oklahomans to get divorced. House Bill 1277, introduced by […]

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  14 February 2017
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