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Law firm planning: Five tips as we move ahead in 2022

January 19, 2022

Nicole Black BridgeTower Media Newswires Is your law firm ready for whatever may come now that COVID-19 surges are occurring all around the country, and the Omicron variant is a looming threat? With mask mandates once again in effect in many areas, it’s ...

The story of a prosecutor who won the case but lost his life

January 19, 2022

Paul Mark Sandler BridgeTower Media Newswires Civil wars raged in England during the mid-1600s, caused by the uprising of the people against the tyrannical rule of King Charles I. He infuriated the Puritans, who opposed the close resemblance of the English ...

Understanding anger and its impact on lawyers

January 19, 2022

Dr. Tracey Meyers BridgeTower Media Newswires Can we get rid of anger? Many lawyers grapple with how to work with people who are angry: clients who are volatile, co-workers who are frequently upset, opposing counsel who bully or demean, or partners who quickly ...

Holiday parenting time can be a test of wills

January 19, 2022

Marie Matyjaszek Courts are inundated with motions and complaints relative to holiday parenting time, which for many families means a different schedule than what they regularly exercise throughout the year. Holiday parenting time takes precedence over regular ...

From grind to glory: breathing new life into your work

January 19, 2022

Karen Natzel BridgeTower Media NewsWires Operating in the day-to-day work world can conjure up more dread than desire. Clients have shared they find it harder to stay focused; they fear dropping the ball; and they have experienced diminished capacity in handling ...

The legality of asking about an employee's vaccination status

January 19, 2022

Stephen Scott BridgeTower Media NewsWires Raising kids during the pandemic is very much like running a business during the pandemic; it is a constant balancing act of keeping masks on, minimizing exposure, and trying to limit emotional outbursts.  But ...