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Making time for pro bono

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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The keys to content marketing

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.

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Strategy looms large in noncompete arena

In an area of law where things move fast, end unpredictably, and there are multiple definitions of victory, one of the most difficult and critical decisions lawyers must make is deciding who to sue.

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Countdown is on for federal health care mandate

As you toast the New Year, health care reform will probably be the last thing on your mind. But for many employers, the start of 2014 signals the start of new compliance obligations as well as the first real health care reform countdown – to 2015.

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Managing the malpractice debate

When you run a practice, cutting costs often is a must. Bargain prices on everything from office supplies to office space can make or break your business.

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