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New Balance: Finding the Dividing Line Between Life and Work

By | Jul.24.14 | 2 Comments

Sometime before the Great Recession (Depression?), there existed a quaint notion that people could stop working — at least some of the time. Over the course of recent years, howe[...]

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The Five Clients You Meet In Hell

By | May.23.14 | 1 Comment

Mitch Albom, who has been regularly employed as a sportswriter for the Detroit Free Press, has written songs for Warren Zevon and penned a few books, one of which is "The Five Peo[...]

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Legal Analytics: The Future of Intelligent Design

By | May.06.14 | 2 Comments

Baseball has always been a game of numbers. 715, 61, 1901, 511, 1.12 ... those bare numbers carry added value when attached to significant historical accomplishments. Of course, i[...]

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Managing

Back That Cache Up: Data Redundancy Is Essential for Law Firms

By | Mar.18.14 | No Comments

Nobody ever thinks a data loss is going to happen to them. But it can, and likely will, happen to you, if you practice long enough — and, sometimes, even if you don’t. Insid[...]

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Managing

Magic Bullet Theory: The Social Media Problem

By | Jan.30.14 | No Comments

When stalking canonical monsters, you get to pack light. For the most part, there’s only the one item you’ll need to finish the job, assuming you can get close enough, and so l[...]

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Make What You’re Worth: Utility of the Fee Schedule

By | Dec.17.13 | No Comments

Lawyers are very secretive about their fees because, you know ... the NSA. Lawyers don’t post their fee structures on their websites, either, because, well, why would clients w[...]

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