10 Do’s and Don’ts for Lawyer Holiday Cards
Unless you are Martha Stewart, you know about as much about the etiquette of sending holiday cards as anybody. That’s because everybody old enough […]Read more
Man Running for Judge Gets Law License Suspended Over Attack Ads
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video must be worth ten thousand votes. At least, that’s what attorney Ronnie Michael […]Read more
Wait, Embryos Can Sue Famous Actresses? Who Knew?
Embryos in court? Apparently. Two enterprising balls of potential human life filed suit in Louisiana last week. Their target: Sofia Vergara, the star of […]Read more
Lawyer Vindicated on Appeal After Losing Case on Untimely Bathroom Break
Some things can’t wait, like when a Florida lawyer desperately needed to leave the courtroom to go the bathroom. But poor Jeff Tomberg had […]Read more
Tips for Using a Third Party to Help With Your Job Search
If you’re looking for an attorney job, maybe you should stay away from the headhunters because you’ll need that head in the future. I […]Read more
Should You Sell Clients’ Uncollected Debt?
Times are tough when you have to borrow money to pay your bills. Well, it’s about that time for more than a few law […]Read more
More BigLaw Firms Are Suing for Clients’ Unpaid Bills
The old wisdom against suing your client is giving way to a new normal. According to recent reports, more BigLaw firms are breaking the […]Read more
Practicing Immigration Law in the Trump Era
Immigration has been central to Donald Trump’s agenda since he announced his candidacy almost a year and a half ago. Now, Trump’s electoral success […]Read more
When Does Criticizing a Judge Become an Ethics Violation?
Some things are best left unsaid. At least attorney Christine M. Mire should have kept her criticism of a judge to herself, according to […]Read more
What Do Safer Streets Mean for Personal Injury Attorneys?
It’s a good time to be a driver — or a pedestrian. Our streets have become increasingly safe over the past decade, with traffic […]Read more