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In mediation, process and timing really do matter

October 11, 2018

Richard L. Hurford Two follow-up studies, one conducted by the Supreme Court Administrative Office (SCAO), and another by the ABA Section on Alternative Dispute Resolution, provide significant insights on the mediation process and the timing of ADR. In the ...

LinkedIn has become vital for lawyers' careers

October 11, 2018

Mark C.D. Newall BridgeTower Media Newswires Mark C.D. Newall has the better part of three decades’ experience helping lawyers develop their careers, and LinkedIn is one tool he considers indispensable in the process. Newall, a partner at Essex Partners ...

Five reasons why lawyers embrace content marketing

October 11, 2018

Pete Sullivan BridgeTower Media Newswires No profession appreciates the power of language and understands the value of time better than the legal profession. It’s no surprise, then, that lawyers are absolutely “killing it” when it comes to ...

Don't feel guilty about setting boundaries

October 11, 2018

Karen Natzel BridgeTower Media Newswires Most professionals I coach have diverse and demanding roles in their organizations. They define vision and strategy, generate and track budgets and schedules, run meetings, ensure clients are satisfied, provide subject ...

Educational seminars can turn attendees into new clients

October 11, 2018

Mike Ashley Bridgetower Media Newswires One of the best and most effective ways to generate leads, connect with clients and build your business is to leverage your expertise. Referrals can only go so far. And, the pay-and-pray model of mailers and traditional ...

Ten Commandments of cross-examination

October 11, 2018

Judge F. Dennis Saylor IV, Daniel I. Small BridgeTower Media Newswires In 1975, Irving Younger, then a professor at Cornell Law School, gave a talk in which he set forth the “Ten Commandments of Cross-Examination.” It caught on almost immediately ...