How to Perform Well Under Pressure
Diamonds are made under pressure. It’s a naturally occurring process deep in the Earth. Companies do make fakes — “cultured diamonds” — but nature’s […]Read more
Can Remote Translation Attract Non-English Speaking Clients?
Can you speak a language other than English? Can you do so well enough to attract speakers of that language as potential clients? If […]Read more
Is It Fair Game to Use Your Smartphone Against Opposing Counsel?
Basically, it was a high tech way of spying. According to reports, the Red Sox baseball team was stealing hand signs by watching video […]Read more
Will You Get Sanctioned Over a Novel Litigation Theory?
Sometimes the law just doesn’t fit a case the way that it should. And when those cases have compelling facts, it can often be […]Read more
Can Hurricane Lawsuits Be Based on Climate-Change Science?
If necessity is the mother of invention, could a hurricane be the mother of new litigation? Apparently so. In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, […]Read more
How to Hide ‘Tracked Changes’ From Opposing Counsel
While courts surely derive some sick and twisted pleasure by forcing attorneys on opposite sides to file joint pleadings, how you go about handling […]Read more
Certified Ways to a Niche Market Fortune for Lawyers
During the Gold Rush, many miners went broke because it cost so much to prospect. That’s also how many merchants got rich. One egg […]Read more
Can a Translation App Expand Your Practice?
If you only speak one language, or you just aren’t comfortable speaking that second language you learned over a decade ago, you may not […]Read more
How to Be a Rainmaker Without Networking
Facebook gave us endless ‘friends,’ although most Facebook friends are fake. So in the evolution of social media, has networking turned into “fake-friending”? Or […]Read more
Top 5 Reasons to Bolt From Your Firm
You can find as many reasons as you want to leave your law firm: the boss is a jerk; advancement is unlikely; the hours […]Read more