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Top Small Firm and Solo Practitioner Tax Tips for 2017

‘The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax,’ Albert Einstein once said. We’d say, though, that any lawyer who can […]

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  8 February 2017
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Highlights From Gorsuch’s Private Practice Years

Neil Gorsuch could be our next Supreme Court justice. Gorsuch, who was nominated to the Supreme Court by President Trump last week, currently sits […]

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  7 February 2017
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Intentionally Terrible Attorney Advertising Is Definitely Now a Thing

Now that the Super Bowl commercials are over, it’s time to sit back and enjoy something almost as funny at one-tenth the production quality […]

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  7 February 2017
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More Companies Are Turning to Alternative Legal Service Providers, Study Shows

Consider the traditional law firm service model officially disrupted. According to a new study, a sizable majority of companies are now using some sort […]

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  6 February 2017
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5 Tips for Building Your Attorney Referral Network

Referrals can be an important source of business for your law firm, as other lawyers recommend your firm for clients they cannot take or […]

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  3 February 2017
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Tips to Starting a Family Law Practice

So you actually want to start a family law practice? And you did not come to this decision because a friend or family member […]

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  3 February 2017
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From Solo Practice to Small Firm and Back Again, Successfully

If you’re a solo practitioner, you might envy your colleagues who work with, well, colleagues. After all, working in a firm can mean more […]

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  2 February 2017
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Resources for Lawyers Offering Pro Bono Services During the Immigration Ban

When President Trump issued his executive order barring visitors, immigrants, and refugees from seven majority-Muslim countries, hundreds of lawyers rushed to major airports, where […]

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  1 February 2017
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Court OK’s Class Action Over PACER Fees

Maybe sometime in e-history, a government worker thought the cost to access a court document electronically should be roughly the same as the cost […]

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  1 February 2017
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Lawyer Swept up in Protest Sues for Inauguration Arrests

Benjamin Christopher Carraway planned on spending a night while in Washington to attend Donald Trump’s inauguration, but he didn’t plan on spending the night […]

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  31 January 2017
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