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Real Cocktail Napkin Contract Trial Underway

Warning: The following may trigger law school exam or bar exam flashbacks.Regardless of when you went to law school, the question surely came up […]

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  19 November 2018
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Why High-Profile Depositions Matter

A deposition can win a case; everybody knows that, but few lawyers practice that way. Too often depositions are boring affairs from beginning to […]

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  16 November 2018
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PSA to Romantically Involved Lawyers: Use Redaction!

Lawyers do it every day. But for one pair of form-crossed Ohio lawyers, who did it and didn’t redact, the state’s bar decided to […]

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  15 November 2018
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Lawyers Who Count Chickens Before They Hatch Lay Eggs

Defense attorney John Shely reportedly lost the largest verdict in an individual “bad faith” insurance case in Oklahoma history. But the $25.5 million verdict […]

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  15 November 2018
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7 Social Media Tips for Law Firms

If your law firm isn’t on social media, you are simply missing out on some easy and free marketing that can be done in […]

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  14 November 2018
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Why Lawyers Should — or Should Not — Show Off Clients

Client endorsements are the best. “He really understood my case.” “She helped me when I needed it the most.” “My lawyer got me $2.1 […]

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  14 November 2018
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Do You Language Correctly?

Lawyers may have grown accustomed to ignoring Bryan Garner and all his nitpicky wisdom about language and the law. But in his recent ABA […]

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  13 November 2018
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5 Cool Marketing Ideas for Lawyers

Giving out swag and using traditional advertising methods may not be a big driver of clients for most lawyers (or any industry really), but […]

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  13 November 2018
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Sessions’ Last Act: New Justice Guidelines for Civil Consent Decrees

The day before resigning, Attorney General Jeff Sessions laid down some tighter guidelines for the Justice Department on civil settlements. Consent decrees “should be […]

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  12 November 2018
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The 5 Best Tips for Solo Practitioners

When it comes to solo practice, the ABA Journal has long been a fantastic, and free, resource for practice tips, legal news, and motivation/inspiration, […]

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  12 November 2018
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