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Robbins Dimonte
I think my firm and my colleagues have done a great job.
Robbins Dimonte
It's especially hard in the legal profession because the industry is ultra-competitive and the focus is on billable hours and productivity...
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips LLP
Data exchange is crucial to coordinating care and services for older Californians, particularly those who have an array of health and social needs and require multidisciplinary teams...
Parsons Behle & Latimer
With the stroke of a pen, Utah's Governor has created a seismic shift in how business disputes may be litigated in Utah. During the 2023 General Session of Utah's 65th Legislature...
Maslon LLP
Novelists must carefully scrutinize their characters to discover their struggles, motivations, and secrets.
Blank Rome LLP
This is my first publication as editor of Mainbrace. Truth be told, when I was asked to be editor, I thought it was a joke, laughed and asked "seriously?" In short, I was concerned I was not up to the task.
Rapp & Krock
If you are a transactional attorney, you are now afforded the benefits and privileges under the attorney immunity doctrine.
Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz
The answer: when the client is considered a "secondary," "vicarious" or "accommodation" client
Most Friday nights, my wife Jennifer and I order takeout from the Tex-Mex restaurant down the street, settle onto the couch in the den, and see what's good on Netflix or Apple TV.
Lincoln Derr PLLC
I have always been drawn to the French song, La Vie en Rose (life in pink) and the companion phrase to see the world through rose-colored glasses. I've been fascinated...
Shearman & Sterling LLP
The article highlights the many benefits of a well-run hybrid work environment, and how hybrid work can lead to improvement in some of the biggest challenges law firm practices have faced.
Taylor English Duma
This week, Taylor English hosted its third tedU course on "Leveraging Relationships." In this course, a panel of firm attorneys, including Nida Rizvi, Denny Summers, Al Hill, and Manori de Silva, ...
Taylor English Duma
According to a study by psychologists and lawyers, up to 1/3 of forensic psychologists don't use evidence-based protocols for their evaluations. Even more distressing...
Taylor English Duma
Changing landscapes and expectations make interpersonal communication, time management and active listening the gold standard for internal and external client...
Mayer Brown
At some point in the past two decades, those of us who joined the workforce before the age of social media discovered we were conducting a lot more of our business communications through typing ...
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
It's easy to think that everyone who works in the City, and particularly in law firms, is upper middle class and maybe got to where they are because of who they know or...
Ice Miller LLP
The Supreme Court of Ohio adopted and released the Supreme Court of Ohio Writing Manual in 2011 and updated it in 2013.
Womble Bond Dickinson
Last week, Governor Cooper signed House Bill 776 that permanently codifies remote online notarization and restores emergency video notarization.
Pryor Cashman LLP
Pryor Cashman Managing Partner Ronald Shechtman wrote an article for's Mid-Market Report about the competitive advantage midsize law firms have in the transition back to in-person work.
Smaller law firms that are reluctant to add more equity partners may consider creating nonequity partnerships to reward and retain high-performing associates and lure in laterals.
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