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Should Your Firm Offer ‘Paw-ternity Leave’?

If you’ve never heard of paw-ternity leave, then it’s a good thing you’re seeing this. It’s a new trend, and if you’re not on-board, […]

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  22 October 2018
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Most Small Firm Challenges Don’t Involve the Law

In the course of a year, small firm lawyers are working for free after mid-July. That’s because they spend about 40 percent of their […]

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  19 October 2018
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Lawyers, Criticizing a Judge Is No Joke

The witness seemed to ignore a question so the attorney asked again loudly: “Isn’t it true you were paid $5,000 to throw this case?” […]

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  19 October 2018
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3 Tips for Serving Defendants at Work

Sometimes service of process can be tricky. But if you know where a defendant works, you can certainly improve your odds of serving an […]

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  18 October 2018
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How to Find Out If You Should Request Recusal

Does your judge own stock in the company you’re suing? Unless they’re a major shareholder, like more than 5 or 10 percent major, it’s […]

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  18 October 2018
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The Best State for a Marijuana Practice Is …

New Jersey. Wait, what? How could New Jersey be the best state to have a marijuana practice? It’s about the numbers. New Jersey handed […]

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  17 October 2018
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7 Best FindLaw Writing Tips of 2018

Here in the FindLaw Strategist blog, we do a lot of writing about writing. From cases hinging on the Oxford comma to silly cease […]

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  17 October 2018
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Trial Lesson: Don’t ‘Pop the Corks’ Too Early

Plaintiff’s attorney Brent Wisner had a winning closing argument, but then the judge had something to say. Judge Suzanne Ramos Bolanos didn’t like the […]

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  16 October 2018
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Mississippi’s Billion Dollar Bench Trial

For some attorneys, opting for a bench trial is a peculiar bit of strategy that can help to ensure that complex cases are properly […]

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  16 October 2018
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North Carolina Opens Legal Borders to Help Disaster Victims

You can practice law in North Carolina no matter where you are, if you are ready to help disaster victims. Because of Hurricane Florence, […]

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  15 October 2018
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