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This Is How You Avoid Advertising Rule Minefields

Will Hornsby | “You can go your own way.” I may be dating myself with this reference to the Fleetwood Mac tune from the 1970s, but this is an invitation the states have readily embraced when adopting the rules governing lawyer advertising.

William Hornsby - August 4, 2020
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COVID-19 in the Office: Staying Safe While Practicing Law

What should we be doing to protect ourselves while practicing law during COVID-19? Dr. Terry Simpson, surgeon, virologist and host of the podcast "Your Doctor's Orders," answers Ruth Carter's rapid-fire questions.

Ruth Carter - August 3, 2020
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Benefits of Legal Analytics in COVID-19 Litigation

Nicole Clark, CEO of Trellis Research, explains how legal analytics give law firms a competitive advantage when handling COVID-19-related litigation.

Nicole Clark - July 30, 2020
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Career Shift: Toyota Legal One’s Rich Robinson on Maneuvering Through Disruption

For a recent "Reinventing Professionals" podcast, Ari Kaplan spoke with Rich Robinson, Director of Legal Operations and Litigation Support for Toyota Legal One. Here are the highlights.

Ari Kaplan - July 28, 2020
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Attorney Unhappiness Hits a High: 5 Things We Can Do About It

With anxiety levels soaring, how can we help ourselves and others? Here are five ideas from Jamie Spannhake on reducing the negative effects of today's world on your mind and body.

Jamie Spannhake - July 24, 2020
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Gathering Data on Your Client

Josh Taylor | Lawyer's Guide to Investigative Data, Part 1: As a lawyer, it is your job to know what questions to ask and what advice to give your clients. How can you do that without facts and data?

Josh Taylor - July 23, 2020
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Surviving a Bar Investigation During the COVID-19 Crisis

Megan Zavieh | If you're under state bar investigation, don't rush through it. Ask for reasonable extensions and prepare yourself for new and changing COVID-19 processes.

Megan Zavieh - July 21, 2020
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Ethical Considerations of Legal Chatbots

Ask the Experts at 2Civility.org | After updating our website last year, we increased customer contacts almost threefold! Now, we’ve realized we need to better automate our “front door” interactions with potential clients. What ethical ...

Mark C. Palmer - July 20, 2020
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Succeeding in the Business of Law: 5 Rules Every Lawyer Should Live By

Veteran trial lawyer Robert Katzberg, author of the new book "The Vanishing Trial," on the key to achieving success and happiness in the business of law today.

Robert Katzberg - July 17, 2020
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This Is Why You Need a Motto

Analog Attorney | Using a well-written, pithy phrase as your personal maxim will help guide you through good times, bad times and weird times.

Bull Garlington - July 16, 2020