Law Firm Sues Insurer After Ransomware Attack, $700K Lost Billings
Like other embarrassing crimes, malware attacks often are not reported — especially when law firms are the victims. It took a lawsuit for this […]Read more
What Are the Tax Implications of Confidentiality Clauses and Settlement Agreements?
As the tax season has passed and the basketball season winds down, here’s a story about how they crossed over years ago and still […]Read more
Real Judges Use Social Media
Judge Don R. Willett has more Twitter followers than any other judge, except perhaps Judge Judy. But Willett is a real judge. In fact, […]Read more
How Would Law Firms Be Affected by Trump’s Tax Plan?
President Trump’s proposed tax plan — touted as ‘the biggest individual and business tax cut in American history’ — would be a big break […]Read more
Virtual Law Firms Are Seeking BigLaw Partners
Virtual law practice is nothing new to solo practitioners; they have been doing it successfully for decades. With varied success, virtual practitioners cracked the […]Read more
Shortcut to Persuasive Writing: Follow Hemingway
There is a shortcut to persuasive writing, and it’s been around for 100 years. It’s like we got lost along the way, retreading the […]Read more
Fitbit Tracker to the Witness Stand
First it was Alexa and now it is Fitbit — these smart devices are going to court to catch alleged killers. Alexa, the voice […]Read more
Is It Time to Grow Your Marijuana Practice?
Is it too cheesy to say that the pot practice is growing like a weed? Hey, it is what it is. Marijuana actually does […]Read more
More Lawyers Use Social Media, but Don’t Know How It Helps
Almost all lawyers use social media but few know how it helps their practice, according to a new survey. Attorney at Work, reporting results […]Read more
Pros and Cons of Being a General Practitioner
People used to ask me, “What kind of a lawyer are you?” “A good one,” I liked to reply. It usually brought a smile, […]Read more