Is Retrial Kicking a Dead Horse?
Federal prosecutors seem intent on kicking a dead horse — no disrespect intended to Sen. Bob Menendez. But Menendez, who had a lock on […]Read more
Commercial Pot Tenants Need Signed Landlord Permission Slips
Under California’s new legal marijuana laws, in order for a marijuana business that rents space to be licensed, the business’s landlord must provide a […]Read more
How to Successfully Threaten Legal Action Against the Government
In a move that has left beaver, salmon, and wildlife advocates pleased, the federal government and state have agreed to stop killing beavers in […]Read more
Judge Suing Court Over Death Penalty Reassignment
When somebody sues a supreme court over a decision, it’s a knee-jerk reaction to think that somebody is a fool. After all, you don’t […]Read more
If You Want Happy Clients, Don’t Confuse Them
As a lawyer, it is your job to help clients navigate the confusing, and unforgiving, legal system. We lawyers can often forget that we […]Read more
Small Firm Lawyer Reality Check: Is There Really a Key to Success?
It turns out there is no key to success. It’s just a metaphor to sell the idea that success can be achieved with one, […]Read more
What to Do When Clients Demand More for Less
Have you ever put something on Craigslist, only to have potential buyers low-ball you so low that “dirt cheap” sounded good? Or, if you […]Read more
Mediating Mass Torts, Class, and Consolidated Cases
When it comes to mediating mass tort, class, complex, or just massive, cases, fashioning a resolution that all the parties can live with, and […]Read more
Does Your Firm Need a Data Analytics Officer?
Littler Mendelson has been making legal headlines over the recent hiring of a Chief Data Analytics Officers. The role is designed to head up […]Read more
Niche Legal Practices Areas That Have Taken Off in Recent Years
The bad news is some practice areas are gone. The good news is others are taking their place. According to reports, scores of new […]Read more