Very few things would wreak as much havoc in your workplace as your employees failing to receive their paychecks on time.
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It only took three weeks for the personal injury law mass mailers to find Tricia Nell after she was in a car accident with an uninsured motorist.Read More »
Wausau attorney Brenda Sunby remembers being so terrified of being called on in one particular law school class that she used to dig her fingernails into her hands until they bled.Read More »
While there’s no question that marketing through social media offers another avenue to sell yourself and build relationships, it continues to perplex many lawyers and law firms.Read More »
Can’t afford to pay a summer associate? They typically earn $12 to $17 an hour, depending on the sophistication of the practice and whether they must pay for parking, according to Nancy Lochner, director of career services at Hamline University Law School in St. Paul, Minn.Read More »
The term e-discovery has been around long enough to have become part of the vernacular. But do you know as much as you think you do about electronic discovery?Read More »
The Rules of Professional Conduct don’t require pro bono service, but they strongly recommend it. Fifty hours per year, to be exact.
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If you’re a typical small-business owner — solo attorney or otherwise — this is the time of year when the call of that shoebox full of bills, receipts and other scraps starts getting louder and more insistent.Read More »
Journalists often live by the mantra, “content is king.” The idea is that the more information you can share with your audience, the more connections you make and trust you build. The same applies to lawyers.Read More »