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New Guidelines on When Judges Should Use Internet Research

Sometime after Al Gore invented the internet, judges started including internet sources in their decisions. That was then. Now the American Bar Association has […]

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  11 December 2017
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Crowdfund for a Worthy Legal Cause?

Lisa Walinske, an attorney, is not homeless. It just looks that way. She’s on a type of strike, living in a shack to raise […]

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  11 December 2017
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What Can You Learn From the Attorneys Who Abuse ‘Google My Business’

The best things in life are free. And, surprisingly, when it comes to internet marketing for law firms, this is very true. But, just […]

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  7 December 2017
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Law Firms Aided Weinstein’s ‘Sexual Enterprise,’ Lawsuit Claims

It’s not like we told you so, but we did say nondisclosure agreements make Weinsteins possible. Now six women have sued Harvey Weinstein for […]

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  7 December 2017
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Federal Appellate Judge Provides ‘Helpful’ Tip for Litigators

Judge David Hamilton of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has a rather simple and helpful tip for litigators filing administrative motions: Talk to […]

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  6 December 2017
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Best States for Small Firm 401(k) Plans

Class standings. Law school rankings. Salary comparisons. The list goes on in the competitive law business. But there’s a new list: best retirement plans. […]

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  6 December 2017
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What to Do for Immigrants and Clients in a Hostile Social Environment?

A murderer, a drug dealer, a drunk driver — a few of my least popular clients. They were not accused; they were already convicted. […]

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  5 December 2017
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Crash Course for Law Firm Year End Accounting and Tax Prep

If you run a law practice, or are jointly responsible for running one, the end of year could signal the end of the fiscal […]

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  5 December 2017
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How to Convince Clients Not to Pursue Revenge via the Courts

Just about every lawyer out there has had to give a client ‘the talk.’ You know the one where you explain to them that […]

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  4 December 2017
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How to Respond When Your Opponent Calls You Stupid

‘OMG, are you stupid?’ When your opponent says that in the midst of litigation, it means at least one of two things: either you […]

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  4 December 2017
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