Dropping the Baton: The Problem With Changing Lawyers
Some legal matters are like a relay race. Clients start out with one lawyer, who passes the baton to the next. It can work […]Read more
Got Pregnant to Delay Trial? No, You Didn’t Just Say That
Paul T. Reid was not the pregnant lawyer in the courtroom, but he definitely left a hearing in an uncomfortable pregnant moment. He had […]Read more
How to Deal With Discovery Bullies
When dealing with discovery bullies, it’s best to avoid the conflict, but sometimes you have to push back. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs.Read more
What Kind of Lawyer Would Tape a Client?
While President Trump may have recently tweeted the above question in earnest, it’s actually an excellent question that might even baffle some lawyers. Though […]Read more
PSA: The Entrepreneurs Flocking to Space Need Lawyers
Thanks to all the commercial interest (and money) in outer space, space loving lawyers might finally have something to do when it comes to […]Read more
Is the Definition of Retirement Changing?
If you didn’t know it already, this is not your father’s retirement. A generation ago “retirement” meant trading the nine-to-five for bingo numbers. Today, […]Read more
Tips for Handling Lawyer Bullies
For lawyers, it’s nearly a guarantee: if you practice, at some point in your career, you’ll deal with a bully — or, if you’re […]Read more
Etymology of Great Legal Words: Acquittal
Though prosecutors might beg to differ on this one, for defense attorneys and defendants, perhaps the greatest legal word of all is acquittal. Read […]Read more
Chat Bot Wants to Greet Your Clients Online
Everybody has a job to do at a law firm, but there are some things a lawyer can’t do. Hence: chat bots. Read more […]Read more
Is Your Social Media Ready for Shark Week?
Lawyers, did you know that Shark Week just started? And this year is the 30th anniversary of the celebration. Sure, the whole lawyers are […]Read more