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How to Future-Proof Your Law Firm

If there is a future for the law, lawyers may not be around to enjoy it. Technology is quickly turning them into dinosaurs. Smart […]

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  1 February 2019
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Legal Advice for Lawyers in 5 Words or Less

It’s not uncommon for lawyers to need a bit of legal advice from time to time, and, unless we’re lucky, when we turn to […]

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  1 February 2019
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What to Do When It Is Too Cold to Practice Law?

What is a lawyer to do when it is too cold outside? This is not a lawyer joke. The polar vortex has closed courthouses […]

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  31 January 2019
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Amici Brief Explains Emoluments, Scientifically, for Trump

In the litigation over President Trump’s alleged violations of the emoluments clause of the United States Constitution, a recently filed Amici Curiae brief by […]

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  30 January 2019
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Death of Mandatory Arbitration in Law Firm Employment?

Rumors about the death of the mandatory arbitration agreement at law firms are not really exaggerated. It is a slow death to be sure, […]

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  30 January 2019
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Lawyers Stick Idaho With Bill for Ag Gag Challenge

For lawmakers in the state of Idaho, the recent debacle over the so-called “ag gag” law has just gone from bad to worse. That’s […]

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  29 January 2019
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The Real Value of Legal Writing

Like beauty in the eye of the beholder, the value of legal writing depends on perspective. In Los Angeles, for example, an attorney may […]

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  29 January 2019
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High Profile Hail Mary Good for Business

The recent pass interference no-call in the Saints – Rams NFC championship game has been causing quite the stir on social and traditional media. […]

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  28 January 2019
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Protip: Pay Clients, Not Scammers

Have you read about the Canadian law firm that accidentally disbursed $2.5 million in client funds to hackers? It’s not a joke. It happened, […]

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  25 January 2019
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To Pay, or Not to Pay Bar Dues: Is That a Question?

It’s that time of year when lawyers pay their annual state bar dues to keep their licenses active. For most, it is an easy […]

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  25 January 2019
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