November/December 2013: Holiday Legal Themes

Careful with That Eggnog: Perils and Pitfalls of the Office Holiday Party

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Careful with That Eggnog: Perils and Pitfalls of the Office Holiday Party

How to mix up the perfect holiday recipe—without the inappropriate behavior, reckless consumption of alcohol, sexual harassment, or religious intolerance.

QuickBooks offers easy ways for even the most finance-challenged attorneys to analyze their firm’s financial performance.

When a widow and an ex-spouse both claim entitlement to the life insurance payout, how do you determine the rightful beneficiary?

Employers should consider the steps counsel can take to help control disclosure of an audit’s contents and findings.

Has progress been made regarding minorities’ experience, as both mediators and parties, in court-connected mediation?

Learn the contexts in which COD tax liability arises and how such liability can be avoided.

From robo-caring to spoiling the spirit, these blunders can ruin the holidays for your law firm.

Learn from a habitual procrastinator the real reasons why you wait until the last possible moment.

No matter where you choose to travel, taking your information with you has evolved into a simple and easy process.

This Seattle University School of Law student offers insight into what it means to do public interest work.

Check out these ABA books, CLE programs, and web resources for advice on holiday law.

Now’s the time to learn how to manage the holidays—whether hosting parties, buying gifts, or making resolutions—to end the year on the right note.

Congratulate the Difference Makers Award winners, make plans to attend the ABA Midyear Meeting and Spring Leadership Meeting, and remember to utilize solo and small firm resources.

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