Should Your Firm Launch a ‘De-Alcohol-Orizer’ Campaign?
If you advertise on Saturday Night Live, will it make a joke out of your law firm? DUI attorney Darren Kavinoky isn’t worried about […]Read more
Etymology of Great Legal Words: Constitution
The United States Constitution is on the shortlist of most significant legal documents in our nation’s history. And like the document itself, the term […]Read more
Got a Hobby Outside Your Law Practice? Make It Your Law Practice
Did you ever look at a glass of beer and imagine what it would be like to start a brewery? Many entrepreneurs have started […]Read more
What Lawyers Can Do to Help Families Separated at the Border
If you’ve had any contact with the outside world in the last week, you’ve likely heard about what’s going on down along our southern […]Read more
How to Correct Mistakes Without Making More
Some lawyers do wrong and act as if they’ve done no wrong. And it’s annoying to see manifestations of “fake-it-till-you-make-it” or “opposite world” where […]Read more
Are Law Firms Liable for Serving Booze to Intoxicated Employees?
Where does a law firm cross the line when it provides alcohol to its employees? In a case against the Gladstone Law Group, it […]Read more
The Perils of Copying and Pasting Without Attribution
Copy and paste. It’s such a common practice, it’s practically one word. Lawyers do it all the time, too. But you can’t copy other […]Read more
3 Lessons From the NHL CTE Lawsuit Depositions
You know that saying about how employees and corporate officers should email as if what they write will one day be read in a […]Read more
3 Lessons From the Dentons Sexual Harassment Scandal
The way things went down at Dentons, #MeToo may soon be a term in Black’s Law Dictionary. A business specialist has sued the law […]Read more
#Basta Branding: Can You Be Like Mike?
Did you always want to be a little bit more like Mike? Were you disappointed when you discovered it took more than some really […]Read more