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Is a Legal Fee of $48K Per Hour Going to Fly?

It's like a real life crossover episode between the casts of two very different television dramas. One involving the chaotic fight over an oil baron's vast billion dollar estate, and the other being the life and times of a fast talking, high paid, and… read more...

Why One-on-One Motivation Is Important for Your Firm

When a colleague goes down, it can be painful for everybody close enough to experience it. Gordon Haywood, the professional basketball star, is a good example. He suffered a horrific injury on the opening night of the season, and both teams, the crowd,… read more...

L.A. Police Letting the Drones Out, Sparking Privacy Concerns

If you were worried the cops were following you, don't look over your shoulder. Look up. The Los Angeles Police Department has approved a new program for drones. It's not the only police agency to use the flying copters, but it will be the largest. If… read more...

Charlotte Law School's Twisted Tale Has a Criminal Subplot

Good stories, even the bad ones, have subplots. Like the story of Charlotte School of Law. It's a bad story because it tells of greed, where the owners seemed to put profits over standards and led students and the school to failure. It's also a good… read more...

Are You Getting State Bar Referrals?

In many states, the bar association will provide the public with referrals to qualified attorneys within a specialty. Often, these lawyer referral services are outsourced to local, regional bar associations, and/or certified groups. This allows clients… read more...
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