3 Better Ways to Welcome New Associates
For the most part, new associates are excited about starting jobs at law firms. After all, they are going to make real lawyer money. […]Read more
Top 3 Tips for When Document Formatting Drives You Crazy
We’ve all been there … it’s late, you’re trying to get your pleading finalized and ready for efiling, when all of a sudden, your […]Read more
Missouri Legislating Against Joinder in Mass Torts
For mass tort plaintiffs, seeking relief in St. Louis, Missouri may soon no longer be a viable option. Although seen as a plaintiff-friendly venue, […]Read more
Federal Judiciary Adopts New Ethics Rules
The United States judiciary adopted new ethics rules, forbidding sexual harassment, unlawful discrimination, and “egregious and hostile” treatment of workers in the federal courts. […]Read more
Should You Ever Use an Exclamation Mark in a Pleading?
Even if you love exclamation marks as much as Elaine from Seinfeld, when drafting a pleading, there’s really only one time when using one is appropriate. […]Read more
How to Kill Your Opponent With Laughter
Stand-up comedians say they are killing it when audiences laugh; lawyers just want to kill in their arena. It’s the nature of the beast, […]Read more
Minnesota Judge Orders Snow to Stop, and It Worked
While the order itself may look authentic, one Minnesota state court judge is bound to have news station anchors and weather-reporters chuckling for years […]Read more
How Perfect Can Your Law Firm Be?
Being perfect is a relative term, of course. “Perfect form” in tennis, for example, may define how a player strokes the ball. In law […]Read more
How to Celebrate RBG’s Birthday
For law firms and lawyers, celebrating Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s birthday is becoming more than just a fun trend, though it most certainly is […]Read more
Is Your Firm Making or Repeating History?
Lawyers often ask themselves what their legal legacy will be. After all, not every lawyer will set new precedent with a novel case; heck, […]Read more