What to Save When Your Office Is on Fire
As the California fires raged, confusion reigned. An army of fire fighters attacked the flames from all directions. More than 100,000 people fled. Innumerable […]Read more
Can You Bill Your Client While Working Through Writer’s Block?
There are only a few things worse than sitting down to type out a motion, letter, or any other piece of writing and being […]Read more
Unsent Text Message Is Valid Will, Court Rules
Perhaps the cycle of life is the same as the cycle of law when it comes to wills. In Queensland, Australia, a court has […]Read more
Not Your Father’s E-Discovery: Emoji Evidence
E-discovery has come a long way since it first debuted. Papering your opponent has never been easier and no longer requires spending hundreds or […]Read more
Legal Hurdles to Las Vegas Mass Shooting Lawsuits
With 58 dead and nearly 500 wounded, it’s possible that just as many lawsuits could be filed in the Las Vegas massacre of Oct. […]Read more
Open Your Law Practice in a Tiny Office From Amazon
They say tiny houses are the next big thing, but what about tiny law offices? “How is that going to work?” you may ask. […]Read more
Boilerplate Defenses: Friend or Foe?
Filing an answer to a complaint is easy, right? Just deny everything, cut and paste in every affirmative defense available, do a find and […]Read more
How Do I Get a Case Picked Up by SCOTUS?
So you’ve decided to take your appellate practice to the next level. Assuming you got the practice off the ground in the first place, […]Read more
Guardianship Cases Tackle Lawyer-Hospital Relationships, Conflicts of Interest
It’s not hard to win a case when the opposing party doesn’t show up for court. That’s how April Parks was doing it in […]Read more
Las Vegas Shooting Victims Offered Free Legal Aid
In the aftermath of the Las Vegas shooting, no lawyers emerged as heroes. It rarely happens when disasters strike anyway because most often attorneys […]Read more