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Make technology competence a priority this year

January 16, 2020

Nicole Black BridgeTower Media Newswires Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you already know that technology is changing the way that legal services are delivered. No matter what your practice areas, the impact of technology on the legal profession ...

Four steps to developing a winning succession plan

January 16, 2020

Susan Letterman White BridgeTower Media Newswires For some people, succession planning means retirement, closing a practice, or advancing into and out of leadership and client relationship roles. For others, it means leaving the practice of law and finding ...

Is justice harmed by court clerks offering help to pro se litigants?

January 16, 2020

Jacob Kahn Every profession has its own dirty little secrets. Used car salesmen know when they sell a car, there is no need to mention the exhaust pipe is hanging on with a twisted coat hanger, they are protected by the “As Is” agreement. Your ...

Mother made the most of humble beginnings

January 16, 2020

Tom Kirvan Legal News, Editor-in-Chief My father, who would have turned 100 last month had he not fallen victim to Alzheimer’s disease nearly a decade ago, long enjoyed telling a story about my mother during her heyday. It goes something like this: “My ...

To the winners go the spoils ...not necessarily

January 16, 2020

Louis B. Cristo BridgeTower Media Newswires The litigation game, devoid of the emotional element, is a game of numbers. As a prospective litigant, one customarily asks “what amount can I hope to collect and what is my chance of success”?  ...

How to guarantee your press release is toast

January 16, 2020

Paul Fletcher BridgeTower Media Newswires Press releases from law firm marketers and PR agencies remain a tried-and-true way to share information with the media. And reporters and editors are constantly searching for new “content” to provide their ...