Fee-Shifting Statutes Can Help You Get Paid
There’s nothing quite like slaving for a client only to get stiffed on your bill. Fee-shifting statutes can help with that. While they often […]Read more
3 Lessons Lawyers Can Learn From Alan Alda
Life lessons for lawyers don’t usually come from actors, unless we’re talking about Bob Odenkirk, Dylan McDermott, or Raymond Burr, and their corresponding, and […]Read more
Litigators: How Powerful Is Your Pause?
For litigators, practicing what you’re going to say is as much about practicing the presentation as it is reviewing the merit of your statement. […]Read more
Are You a Crafty Lawyer, or a Crafting Lawyer? One Is Better
Being a crafty lawyer is almost a badge of honor, but being a crafting lawyer is better. That’s because crafting, like many hobbies, can […]Read more
What Are the Weirdest Law Office Amenities?
‘Weird’ is a relative term when it comes to law office amenities. For a law firm courting Silicon Valley startups, for example, an in-office […]Read more
Zen and the Art of the Funny Cease and Desist Letter
While most lawyers don’t think of themselves as artists in the traditional sense, the long history of persuasive, and not so persuasive, cease and […]Read more
When Should A Lawyer Flip on a Client?
Everybody’s asking if Michael Cohen will flip, when perhaps the question should be will he get disbarred? Sure, Cohen is more concerned about a […]Read more
Is a Working Vacation a Good Idea?
If you’ve been keeping on top of your workload and you see that you somehow, perhaps miraculously, don’t have any court appearances, or even […]Read more
Etymology of Great Legal Words: Asylum
The word asylum has origins dating back to ancient Greece, seizing merchant ships to cover losses, and protecting accidental murders. Though today the term […]Read more
Marketing for Hungry Lawyers: Welcome to The Jungle Law Group
When you’re known as Tarzan the Lawman, you know you have arrived in the legal profession. Not saying where you’ve arrived exactly, but for […]Read more