Recent Practice Points

How to Make the Most Out of a Rule 30(b)(6) Deposition

By Kathryn Knudsen – November 25, 2020 | A guide touching on witnesses, preparation, documents, and remedies to help litigators make the most out of such a deposition.

“I Have Childcare Issues”—A Plea to Our Male Counterparts to Just Say those Words

By Angela A. Turiano – November 12, 2020 | Only when working fathers start to take time away from work to be an equal participant in childcare can women progress on a path parallel to men and truly succeed.

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Recent Articles

Virtual Legal Practice—A New Paradigm and Potent Opportunity

By Hilary Holt LoCicero and Peggy G. Bennett – November 19, 2020 | How small firms can benefit from going virtual.


Tips to Help Your Zoom Arbitration Run Smoothly

By Patricia Nolan – November 11, 2020 | Learn from Patricia Nolan, an experienced arbitrator and mediator, how to best conduct a virtual hearing. (13:47 min)

Marketing Tips For Young Women Attorneys–Your Partners and Colleagues are Clients Too

By Tiffany deGruy – August 27, 2020 | Often, the “go-to” associates within a firm receive plum assignments, advanced responsibilities, and opportunities for client relationships and external marketing that are not available to others in their peer group. Yet, cultivating a “go-to” reputation can be challenging for young attorneys whose plates already are full, often both at home and at the office, and who must be discriminating about the opportunities they seek and the responsibilities they take on. Tiffany deGruy offers a few practical tips for making the most of your investment in your reputation and establishing yourself as a “go-to” associate. (11:56 min)

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