Blog | Judicial Process & Support - Part 94

Hold Your Own Against Opposing Counsel

I was David; opposing counsel was Goliath. I was a solo practitioner working out of my house; their office lobby was bigger than my […]

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  24 January 2017
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Pro Se Lawyer’s Divorce Leads to Sanctions Over ‘Maelstrom of Misconduct’

Getting divorced? Get a lawyer. That’s not just good advice for laymen, it’s good advice for attorneys too. Take, for example, the case of […]

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  23 January 2017
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Fake Lawyers May Be Scraping Legal Blogs’ Content

Imitation might be the highest form of flattery, but some legal blogs appear to have taken that imitation a bit too far — by […]

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  23 January 2017
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Are Texas Personal Injury Ads Causing Harm to Patients?

Doctors v. Lawyers No, it’s not a lawsuit or an Alien v. Predator movie. It’s a real-life drama unfolding in Texas, where personal injury […]

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  20 January 2017
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ABA Task Force Studies Due Process in College Sexual Misconduct Cases

The American Bar Association has formed a new task force to study due process rights in college sexual misconduct cases. Andrew S. Boutros, co-chair […]

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  19 January 2017
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Death of the Billable Hour Rumors Are Coming True

According to reports, the billable hour may go the way of the dinosaur. Still adjusting to market downturns and evolving technologies, law firms need […]

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  19 January 2017
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Lawyer Seeks Immunity for Lying Clients. It Fails Badly

Pancy Lin, a partner at Lynberg & Watkins, stepped into harm’s way when she arrived to defend Orange County social workers who had lied […]

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  18 January 2017
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What Fonts Are Acceptable for Legal Documents?

When it comes to assembling legal documents, does font matter? Yes! Quite simply, fonts influence how your writing appears and is perceived. There’s the […]

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  17 January 2017
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Workplace Tips for Setting Up Small Law Firms

Tips are like opinions: everybody has one. That’s not a great spin of the original phrase, but at least it’s printable. What we’re really […]

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  17 January 2017
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California Sets Guidelines on Lawyer Blogging, Attorney Advertising

If you’ve ever sat down to a WordPress blog and started typing out your thoughts on tort reform, legal tech, or the trials of […]

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  13 January 2017
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