Can I Bring My Dog to Court?
While dogs may be making more and more appearances in courthouses across the country, few litigators will be so bold as to try to […]Read more
Should Jurors Be Told When Defendants Advertise in Their Town?
TiVo, a champion steer in the local county fair, had no idea what was going on. He had been purchased for $10,000, then was […]Read more
FDA Approves CBD Marijuana Drug; Will Reclassification Follow?
In national news this week, London-based GW Pharmaceuticals has just secured the nation’s first ever FDA approval of a marijuana-based prescription medication. While a […]Read more
Murder and Other Reasons ‘Family Law’ Is a Euphemism
Antonio Mari was shot and killed by a client’s estranged spouse. Sara Quirt Sann was shot and killed by a client’s estranged spouse. Two […]Read more
Can Lawyers Wear Flip Flops and Shorts Around the Office?
Depending on your office dress code, there are likely bright-line rules that dictate no shorts and no sandals. However, when the temperatures start to […]Read more
So Many Clients, Two Ways to Bill Them
When it comes to billing in the modern law firm, practitioners have two choices. Use billing software or practice management software with billing tools. […]Read more
Estate Planning for Divorce: Helping Clients Protect Assets
If your client wants to use an estate plan to wipe out a spouse in a divorce, this article is not about that. This […]Read more
#Basta Branding: What’s Your Hashtag?
While we all might not be able to be like Mike (Avenatti, that is) and lean into the political times with his hashtag #basta, […]Read more
Organize Cases and Your Practice Using Trello
Do you know what Trello is? If so, skip ahead to get some tips on how to use it in your law practice. If […]Read more
Money-Making Apps for Lawyers on the Go
Of all the apps out there, don’t you love the ones that make you money? We’re not talking about coupons or discounts here. We’re […]Read more