Why Treating Lawyers Well Is Good PR for Your Firm
A London law firm is in hot water after an Indeed.com job ad that was purportedly posted by the firm offered a junior associate […]Read more
Why John Oliver v. Murray Defamation Case Was Remanded to State Court
In the Robert Murray v. John Oliver case, the recent decision to remand the case back to state court is making headlines. However, those […]Read more
What Does the Future Look Like for Personal Injury Lawyers?
Personal injury attorneys, it’s time to take a good look at yourselves in the mirror. If you think a future with driverless cars and […]Read more
Women Get Fewer Chances as Lead Counsel
Women lawyers serve as lead counsel in only 25 percent of all cases in New York courts, according to a new study. The New […]Read more
How to Manage Yourself at Your Law Firm
When it comes to law firm management, wouldn’t it be great if there were an app for that? Actually, there are dozens of software […]Read more
Top 4 Challenges Facing Small Law Firms
Running a small or solo practice is no easy task. Whether you are truly solo, or have a few underlings, or a couple other […]Read more
Who Deducts Attorneys’ Fees After Costs in Contingency Cases?
When it comes to structuring contingency fee agreements, most state bars allow quite a bit of latitude, so long as fees are reasonable. There […]Read more
BigLaw Gets Bigger Piece of Market Pie, Report Finds
Like America’s middle class, midsize law firms are struggling as BigLaw takes a bigger bite of the legal market. A new report from Thomson […]Read more
Checking In or Checking Out on Vacation?
College student: ‘I am interested in pursuing law, and I was just wondering, on average, how many weeks of vacation a starting out lawyer […]Read more
Top 3 Tips for Lawyering on the Road
We’ve all probably heard the joke about the lawyer that dies, goes up to heaven, and sees St. Peter at the pearly gates. St. […]Read more