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How do board members of public interest organizations make themselves useful? One way is by reviewing management's performance. While management may not crave a performance review, a nonprofit board
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...value to the firm. "We don't buy books of business, we don't give guarantees. What we look for...
...work it does for existing clients—not adding lateral partners with books of business, which is a common growth strategy for many firms....
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One thing Fox Rothschild family law partner Eric S. Solotoff has learned in the five years his practice group has run a blog is that clients are looking for lawyers in less traditional ways
...large enough to be considered the “safe choice” to handle bet-the-company work for huge companies. “I don&rsquo...
The Restaurant Development and Finance Conference occurs every year in Las Vegas. The conference brings together the finest minds in sales and finance and is well-attended by chain restaurants, franc
Spoiled by Google and legal research, lawyers are woefully unprepared for the difficulty of search in electronic data discovery. Search fails us in two, non-exclusive ways: Our query will not retriev
The other day, I was chatting with a few talented lawyers who had recently opened up a new office in town
...to Dietrich, everyone at Barley Snyder has read Dr. Atul Gawande's book "The Checklist Manifesto: How to Get Things Right," which advocates...
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