Anger in the Court: How to Keep Calm and Litigate On
For trial attorneys and litigators, losing your cool in the courtroom is highly inadvisable. As we learned from Tom Cruise in 1992, as well […]Read more
Should Your Firm Nix Facebook From Lawyer Marketing Plan?
Should your law firm nix its Facebook account? “It’s a very good question,” which is what professors often say when they don’t have a […]Read more
New Business Models for Law Firms
‘Horseback Law’ is probably not what you think it is. It is not equine law, where lawyers specialize in all things horse-like. “Horseback Law” […]Read more
Can You Bill Clients in 15 Minute Increments? Wyoming Court Says Yes
A recent decision of the Wyoming Supreme Court upheld a law firm’s billing practice of using 15 minute increments. The court held that barring […]Read more
Do You Advise Payment Plan Settlements?
When a government entity settles a lawsuit, it’s rather uncommon for it to not actually have the present ability to pay for the settlement. […]Read more
Plaintiff’s Attorneys On Board Fatal Uber Crash Case
The lawyers at Bellah Perez are getting a head start in their case against Uber for a fatal accident involving a self-driving car. Their […]Read more
Attorney Not Liable to Burned Third Party Litigation Funder
While the world of litigation funding is often castigated into the realms of the seedy boardrooms of evil banking corporations, litigation funders are taking […]Read more
Social Media Shouts ‘#MeToo’ and BigLaw Listens
In case you missed it, social media is a force to be reckoned with in the law. It’s not just a medium for social […]Read more
Is Lawyering Out of a Food Truck Style Office Ethical?
With gourmet food trucks still riding high on the popularity wave, there’s bound to be at least one lawyer out there asking: Why not […]Read more
Working Long Hours Is Healthier Than Being a Workaholic
Attorneys are often expected to put in long hours at the office. Just because the courts or businesses close at 5, that doesn’t mean […]Read more