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Complacency means the death of success (access required)

Success can lead to complacency, and complacency is not your friend. Since the economy has rebounded from the Great Recession, it seems that businesses are again in danger of becoming complacent despite lessons learned from that time period. It’s important ...

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The objective of our advocacy (access required)

When’s the last time you gave real thought to the true purpose behind our advocacy for our plaintiff clients? I don’t remember what my first case was about or what the outcome was, but I remember how I felt after ...

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A response to “Pro se predicament”

The following letter is a response to “Pro se predicament: Rise in unrepresented litigants raises ethical, logistical questions,” by Jeff Jeffrey. With all due respect to some of the folks who responded to your inquiry and cited in your article, ...

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Save some computer time: Take a shortcut (access required)

Looking for a few shortcuts in programs you use all the time? You’re not alone. From desktop-support staff to in-trial technology-support specialists, lawyers and their staffs are turning more and more to their counterparts in the IT department for guidance ...

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Four ways to gain new clients

There are many elements to marketing and business development, and it’s important to make sure you’re communicating and marketing yourself in the most effective way. Below are four crucial areas that can set you apart from the competition in the ...

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