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
Decorating Your Firm for the Holidays, Without Offending Anyone
‘Tis the season, as they say. The halls are decked, gay apparel is donned, and chestnuts are roasting. But for all the winter mirth […]Read more
What to Do If You Can’t Find Your Client
Everybody loses clients, but what if you literally lose a client? Losing track of a client can be more distressing than losing the client’s […]Read more
What Could Tort Reform Mean for You?
Lawyers can expect to hear a lot about tort reform in the upcoming months. With a Republican president-elect, a Republican-controlled Congress, and a Trump-selected […]Read more
Best Practices for Unbundled Legal Services
‘Unbundling’ means ‘limited scope’ means ‘a la carte.’ Somebody get a dictionary, please. A la carte, from the French for “according to the menu,” […]Read more
3 Ways to Ensure Productive Meetings
Few people get excited about meetings. Why? Because they’re typically felt to be a waste of time. Here you are, listening to someone drone […]Read more
Do You Have a Client-Centered Law Practice?
You work late nights for your clients, take their calls on the weekend, lose your hair over their divorces and labor disputes and contract […]Read more