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Commentary: Three ways to improve practice group meetings

July 11, 2019

By Matthew Prinn BridgeTower Media Newswires Most law firms, big or small, realize that it makes sense for lawyers who practice in the same area to meet, typically by phone or video conference, every month or quarter. These meetings can be wastes of time ...

Law Life: Email tracking and lawyers: not a great mix

July 11, 2019

By Nicole Black BridgeTower Media Newswires For most lawyers, email is their primary method of correspondence with clients, courts, opposing counsel and others. Over the years, we’ve become increasingly reliant on email because it’s a fairly simple ...

Digital Marketing: Handling a social media crisis

July 11, 2019

Businesses and their brands can – and do – suffer social-media-induced nightmares. For example, several years ago this mistakenly popped up on the American Red Cross’s Twitter account: “Ryan found two more 4 bottle packs of Dogfish ...

Asked & Answered

July 11, 2019

Online dispute resolution can make courts more efficient From The Pew Charitable Trusts   Most civil legal disputes today are resolved in a courthouse or in meetings involving lawyers and clients, just as they have been for centuries. But that is changing ...

Law Life

July 11, 2019

It’s never too early to have a wind-down plan By Lloyd C. Rosenberg BridgeTower Media Newswires I survived. After practicing law just shy of 40 years, I decided it was time to say goodbye. Adios. Hasta la vista, baby. And that’s exactly what I ...

Commentary

July 11, 2019

Mount Rushmore and the imperfections of heroism For years, I’ve wanted to visit Mount Rushmore, and not long ago I finally got the chance. The monument, busts, or heads of four presidents, is a strikingly beautiful thing. And the four great men -- Washington, ...