Why do I want colleagues and clients to think that I have no life outside the office? All the world’s a stage, and the legal arena is no exception.Read More »
Commentary: 3 tips to improve mobile security
With some firm policies, awareness of security issues, and a few savvy strategies, mobile devices don’t have to be windows of opportunities for cybercriminals.Read More »
Commentary: Cross-selling isn’t “selling” and other tips
Unfortunately, one of the most accessible methods of business development historically has had trouble gaining traction: cross-selling.Read More »
Commentary: Turn your bio into a business magnet
The smart lawyer can turn a personal bio into a marketing magnet that generates leads.Read More »
Commentary: Accomplish your marketing goals without breaking the bank
Even if you don’t have the budget to support your ultimate marketing wish list, there are inexpensive ways to ensure you can still put your best marketing foot forward.Read More »
How to plan for your practice’s afterlife
It might sound a tad morbid, but what will become of your solo law practice when you’re retired or dead?Read More »
Commentary: Retired justice trades interpreting Constitution for rewriting it
Off the bench John Paul Stevens has decided to address a different audience: you and me and our elected representatives.Read More »
The psychology of mediation
Scott H. Harris breaks down the psychology behind a successful mediation.
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Commentary: Reforming the NSA’s surveillance practices
It is time for the president and Congress to curtail the surveillance practices of the NSA. Doing so will help restore the people’s trust in their government.
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Justices look for limiting principle in bank fraud case
Expressing an unwillingness to dramatically expand the scope of offenses that fall under the federal bank fraud statute, the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court searched for some type of limiting principle Tuesday during arguments in Loughrin v. U.S., 13-316.
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Keys to a successful law firm/in-house counsel relationship
Though outside help is welcomed by in-house lawyers, the relief can bring a host of new problems if the house and outside counsels clash – delaying time-sensitive business transactions or risking damages from new litigation.
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