The quest to not only retain clients, but to acquire new work, can be daunting. It has been well-documented that the legal pie, from a relative perspective, is shrinking. The recent recession caused
...performing gymnastics in the gym. Rothweiler had said the plaintiffs went through great pains to keep from the jury any suggestion of, or reference to...
Finding a lateral associate with the qualities and qualifications desired by the firm is only half of the battle. The other, and often equally daunting half, is helping the lateral transition into th
...to light it may be time to move on, regardless of great chemistry or a strong cultural/practice fit. The...
...area of the law you practice in current clients are a great referral source for future clients. If you provide clients with top-notch...
In Commonwealth v. Cruttenden, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that a law enforcement officer, in possession of a suspect's cellphone, did not perform an "interception" under Pennsylvania's Wiret
A new year does not necessarily mean a new beginning for law firm leaders who are anticipating 2013 looking a lot like the ups and many downs of 2012
In the wee hours, a beat cop sees a drunken lawyer crawling around under a streetlight searching for something. The cop asks, "What's this now?" The lawyer looks up and says, "I've lost m
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