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The Report of the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution’s Task Force on Research on Mediator Techniques offers a few clues.
Analysis of this question is colored by the tensions between trademark law, the views of worker advocates, and the shifting tide of joint employment jurisprudence.
The National Courts and Sciences Institute concentrates on techniques to evaluate and manage novel evidence to help judges distinguish valid scientific evidence from junk science and speculation.
When meeting with potential clients, make sure they know the value of an objective—and expert—advisor to navigate the emotional process of divorce.
Potential clients must understand that having an experienced lawyer “in their corner” can often be in their best interest and can even save them time, money, and peace of mind.
Helpful advice on every aspect of running your practice, from opening doors through planning for retirement. This month: suggestions for attracting your first legal matters without breaking the bank.
Developing a relationship with a legal network can help solos competitively offer clients the benefits of a large, full-service firm.
Mindfulness lets us free our actions and give them justice, allowing them to be “just” what they are.
A look back on a year of tips for the pragmatic implementation of the Four Pillars of Marketing.
Technology news and tips to help you become more efficient and effective. In this month’s column: tips on using technology in depositions.
The provisions in the engagement agreements of cloud service providers are not just technical specifications. You must understand how they impact the security of your clients’ data.
Here are 21 productivity and marketing tools you should be using to simplify your workload and make more money for your firm.