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Will the New Tax Law Lead to More Divorces?

It’s only a matter of time before divorce lawyers start thanking the recently passed tax bill for all their new clients. Experts believe that […]

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  9 February 2018
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Judge Not Thrilled With 53 Law Firms on One Case

‘What is this, some kind of convention for plaintiffs’ lawyers?’ That’s what Judge Lucy Koh could have been thinking when two law firms brought […]

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  8 February 2018
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Worst Fonts to Use in Court

When it comes to the debate over what fonts should be used in legal filings, there are generally only definitive answers of what not […]

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  8 February 2018
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Jurors Will Be Anonymous in El Chapo Trial

Who could blame a juror for wanting out of the El Chapo trial? After all, according to reports, the Mexican drug lord has hired […]

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  7 February 2018
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Legalese Words Lawyers Need to Stop Using

When we lawyers draft a pleading, words like herewith, therewith, forwith, whichwith, and other seemingly required, yet almost nonsensical, phrases materialize effortlessly. Whether they […]

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  7 February 2018
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ABA Approves Privacy Law Certification

The American Bar Association narrowly approved a certification program for specialists in privacy law. It was so close on a voice vote that it […]

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  6 February 2018
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How to Ask for Part-Time Work at Your Law Firm

It’s not too late, but you probably should have asked about part-time work at your law firm a while ago. That’s because most firms […]

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  6 February 2018
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What Your Coffeemaker Says About Your Law Practice

In this day and age, it is virtually inexcusable to not have a coffeemaker in your office, even if you have a virtual office. […]

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  5 February 2018
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Should Your Law Firm Accept New (or Old) Cryptocurrencies?

With the price of Bitcoin going absolutely bonkers, law firms, like many other businesses, are wondering whether they should accept, or even invest in, […]

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  5 February 2018
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How to Legally ‘Stalk’ a Debtor

Stalking is a crime, even when collecting a debt. So how can you “legally” stalk a debtor? It can be done, but requires due […]

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  2 February 2018
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