When Can You Swear in Pleadings?
You know you can’t just sling vulgarities at your opponents across the pleaded aisles of the halls of justice. Nevertheless, in pleadings filed across […]Read more
Bad Habits That Are Hurting Your Law Practice Bottom Line
There are bad habits, and there are worse habits. In a law practice, there are also those habits that are so bad they cost […]Read more
Can LinkedIn or Medium Blogs Help Your Legal Career?
Depending on where you’d like your legal career to go, writing for the public or professional audience can really help quite a bit. And […]Read more
Work-Life Balance Tips for Solo Lawyers With Kids
Stacy Ehrisman-Mickle is the poster child for a lawyer hanging in the work-life balance. Actually, her child is the poster child because Ehrisman-Mickle had […]Read more
Is 2018 Your Year to Go Solo?
In the Chinese Zodiac, 2018 is the year of the dog. So what better time to go solo? Seriously, if you have been thinking […]Read more
Will New Tax Laws Help or Hurt Your Small Law Firm?
If a dog takes a smaller bite out of your leg, is that a benefit? Didn’t think so. Likewise, if the new tax laws […]Read more
Can Law Firms Measure Productivity Without Billable Hours?
Although the billable hour still seems to be the gold standard when it comes to legal billing, businesses and individual clients that have been […]Read more
Legal Lessons Before Cosby Retrial
Is Bill Cosby seriously laughing as he approaches a retrial for sexual assault? The standup joker took to the stage recently for the first […]Read more
3 Tips to Navigate Law Office Politics
Although law firms do not tend to adhere to the typical structure of most for-profit businesses, the politics certainly can feel rather typical. As […]Read more
Is Retrial Kicking a Dead Horse?
Federal prosecutors seem intent on kicking a dead horse — no disrespect intended to Sen. Bob Menendez. But Menendez, who had a lock on […]Read more