Product Note: iOS 11
This year’s update to Apple's mobile operating system has brought some very significant changes.
Physician employment contracts must be carefully analyzed and negotiated to limit physicians’ exposure to financial loss and other liability.
Military & Veterans
The “20/20/20 Rule” can provide additional benefits for the non-military spouse if certain requirements are met.
Can lawyers ethically coerce a civil remedy by threatening criminal accusations?
This article discusses the IRS’s new interim guidance for agency officials implementing new rules imposed in June 2016 regarding the release of estate tax liens on residential real estate.
Forensic psychiatry experts are only as valuable as their integrity. This article explores the value of retaining an expert witness and how attorneys can work with their expert to maximize results while upholding integrity.
The first in our series on maintaining civility in the practice of family law. This month: How to encourage civility in co-parenting—the best predictor of children’s future success post-divorce.
A look at a recent group coaching initiative at a major law firm. Having had success with group coaching in the past, the CMO established a six-month pilot program and chose eight attorneys to participate. Here’s what happened.
The practice of mindfulness will radically change your productivity level and allow you to get more done each day with energy to spare.