How Safe Are FDA-Approved Drugs? New Study Confirms: Not Very Safe
Many drugs approved by the Food and Drug Administration are not as safe you might think. According to researchers, about one third of the […]Read more
How to Start a Part-Time Law Practice as a New Lawyer
Sur, yu can start a law prac part-tim. If you understood that last sentence, then you know what I’m saying: “Sure, you can start […]Read more
Must-Have Credentials for Your Law Career
This blog is not about writing a resume. It’s about getting the right stuff on your resume. Once you have completed law school and […]Read more
Should Your Firm Drop Performance Reviews?
One of the world’s largest law firms has stopped performance reviews, at the same time leading the way against evaluations that have disfavored women […]Read more
Oregon High Court to Have Female Majority
Oregon will soon have a majority of women on its highest court. Gov. Kate Brown has elevated Judge Rebecca Duncan to fill a vacancy […]Read more
Measuring Lawyer Performance: What’s the New Normal?
If you scratch your head when you hear about the “new normal,” I get you. What happened to the “old normal”? Who said there […]Read more
Lawyer Fined for Refusing to Answer ‘Yes or No’ Question in Court
‘If you plan to have children, try not to have teenagers.’ That’s my joke to friends, and it came to mind when I read […]Read more
How to Write a Great Closing to Your Brief
A closing argument should be like opening a door, not closing one. After writing a brief to persuade your audience, you want to finish […]Read more
Talcum Powder Cases: Lawyer Advertising Done Right?
A jury has awarded $110 million in another talcum powder-cancer case, a further indictment against Johnson & Johnson and an endorsement for lawyer advertising. […]Read more
How to Save Client Relations If a Case Goes Over Budget
When it comes to going over a client’s budget, there really are two sides to the coin. On one side, you have a client […]Read more