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It’s always a good sign when you can find something, either positive or negative, that you can mull over and build on for growth in your legal career. Here are my personal findings for 2016.
Last year, I became enlightened. No, I didn’t join a commune, flee the practice of law to become an actress, or travel to far-flung lands to practice yoga. Instead, I decided to learn more about personality type by studying the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®.
Establishing and implementing a successful no-cost/low-cost law firm marketing plan that consistently generates high-quality clients is a huge commitment. But for those willing to stick with such an initiative, even when immediate results are not forthcoming, the professional rewards are immense.
Rather than focus on goal-setting and acknowledging our successes like I have in the past, this year I ponder on how we as solos, small firm practitioners, or government or military lawyers: Step into Leadership; Track our Progress; Act as agents of change; and Recognize our contributions to making the world a better place.
Technology news and tips to help you become more efficient and effective. This month: New Year tech resolutions.
If you’re ready for a more intuitive and less frustrating television and streaming experience, Apple TV is exactly what you need.
The second category of cues focuses on what we hear, i.e., auditory cues.
The lack of a properly prepared and executed Power of Attorney can cause extreme difficulties when an individual is stricken with severe illness or injury rendering him or her unable to make decisions or manage financial and medical affairs.
Religious organizations, like other employers, are regularly being thrust into costly and time-consuming employment disputes. The importance of religious organizations understanding and appropriately applying employment law principles cannot be overemphasized.
The principal distinguishing feature of an LLC is the limitation of liability that the members of the LLC enjoy, as well as the pass-through income tax treatment enjoyed by the LLC and members. So long as the LLC is properly formed and in existence, and is properly operated, the members will not be personally liable for the LLC’s debts, obligations, and liabilities.
A lease delineates, in certain key provisions, the rights and responsibilities of the landlord and the tenant with respect to the leased premises. Understanding the purpose and scope of such provisions plays a large part in determining how a lease evolves through negotiation.