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No Implicit Bias Jury Instruction on Appeal

Implicit bias is not so easy to grasp, but the findings make it painfully clear: Everyone is biased, one way or another. Unfortunately, the […]

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  12 March 2018
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Firm Develops Support Group for Attorneys With Families

Most lawyers are aware of one of the biggest risks inherent in practicing full time: It can be lonely at the top. If you […]

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  12 March 2018
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New Ethics Opinion on Confidentiality in Lawyer Blogs Changes Nothing

For many small firm and solo practitioners, blogging is part of the job. In order to keep those search rankings up, and keep potential […]

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  8 March 2018
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Shocking! Judges Can’t Electrocute People for Not Answering Questions

‘Shocking’ barely describes the treatment of Terry Lee Morris. When he refused to answer questions at his criminal trial, Judge George Gallagher ordered deputies […]

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  8 March 2018
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Can a Secretary Run Your Practice During Semi-Retirement?

You spent years training your legal secretary (because an associate would’ve been too expensive, ungrateful, and wouldn’t have learned anyway), and your secretary is […]

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  7 March 2018
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How Not to Get ‘Ghosted’ by Clients

If you get ghosted by a client, there’s not much to say. Literally, it means the client is not talking to you anymore. No […]

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  7 March 2018
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How the Administrative Procedure Act Stops Politics From Ruining Regs

It’s hard to deny that President Trump is having a big impact on the government. However, an unforeseen one is the jamming up of […]

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  6 March 2018
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Change of Venue Due to Publicity?

It’s sometimes risky to ask for a change of venue based on pre-trial publicity. In the internet age, it’s very possible that people have […]

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  6 March 2018
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Lawyers: Flip That Email Disclaimer Around

Picture this: you get on a roller coaster ride. They strap you in. The ride starts. Mid-ride, a sharp knife comes out and cuts […]

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  5 March 2018
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When to File a Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings Under FRCP 12(c)

Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 12 provides quite a bit of help to litigators looking to avoid trial. Apart from the various motions […]

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  5 March 2018
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