Blog | Judicial Process & Support - Part 26

How to Sell a Law Practice in 30 Minutes

If you didn’t know it already, you can’t sell a law practice in less than 30 minutes. But if you take the time to […]

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  27 September 2018
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How to Future-Proof Your Law Career

One proof-positive thing about the future: it will come. And when it does, will you still have a job? Or will the future take […]

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  26 September 2018
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Lunch Breaks Improve Everything

Taking a lunch break might not be the miracle elixir cure-all to what ails you about work, but it can surely help improve productivity […]

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  26 September 2018
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Texas Judge: Court Must Consider Defendant’s Ability to Pay Bail

In Texas, a federal judge ruled that setting bail without considering a defendant’s ability to pay violates equal protection. It was a good ruling […]

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  25 September 2018
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Best Opinion Opening Ever?

Recently, thanks to the wonder that is legal Twitter, a whopper of an opening to a federal district court’s opinion was brought to our […]

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  25 September 2018
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Does Your Law Firm Need an ‘Infant on Board’ Program?

A Baby on Board sign outside a law firm does not mean rookie lawyers are inside. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs.

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  24 September 2018
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Utah Retainers Can Require Client Indemnification

You know that anxious feeling you get when you tell your client exactly what they shouldn’t do, knowing full well that they aren’t going […]

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  24 September 2018
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ABA Has New Ethics Opinion on Disasters

Clients may not think about their lawyers in a natural disaster, but their lawyers should think about them. That’s the upshot of new guidelines […]

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  21 September 2018
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New Limits for Immigration Judges to Dismiss Cases

It’s no secret for immigration practitioners that the current administration isn’t simply exerting pressure on the immigration courts and system. It’s tying hands and […]

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  20 September 2018
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Has the Internet Changed the Reasonable Person Standard?

In these modern times of wearable tech and 3D printed doodads, a reasonable person usually doesn’t act before Googling, and a reasonably prudent person […]

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  20 September 2018
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