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The McLane Law Firm
Roughly three-quarters of all practicing, in-state New Hampshire Bar Association members work in law firms with 10 or fewer attorneys, and the majority of those law firms employ no IT staff.
Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP
I can still feel the phantom burden on my shoulders of the post-graduation choices I had to make when I was a 3L.
Ostrow Reisin Berk & Abrams
Although the roles and responsibilities of paralegals or legal assistants can differ widely by firm, these employees ideally should spend minimal time performing clerical or other work suited to legal...
Orrick
Lisa Simpson, partner in charge of law school recruiting at Orrick, sat down with Forbes recently to discuss the challenges of the current legal hiring market and provide tips for law students looking to do well...
Reed Smith
We're on vacation. The dog days of Summer are upon us. Time for our annual (okay – monthly) (okay- weekly) substance-less post.
Brown Smith Wallace
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Proskauer Rose LLP
In May, the American Bar Association ("ABA") released a Formal Opinion 477, providing guidance on attorney use of emails in communication with clients.
Holland & Knight
Formal Ethics Opinion 477 updates an outdated 1999 opinion on encrypted communications, which provided generally that a lawyer could...
Reed Smith
Reed Smith will offer plan sponsors a law firm opinion letter, similar to a determination letter, on the continued qualified status of an individually designed plan document.
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Every time a current or former employee threatens or brings legal action, in-house counsel faces the question: Should we litigate or settle?
Day Pitney LLP
Jonathan Tropp wrote an article published in the Connecticut Law Tribune, entitled, "Why I Like Being a Mediator."
Fox Rothschild LLP
Mark L. Silow was featured in The Legal Intelligencer article "Inventory Boost Gives Pa. Firms Optimism in Collections Season."
Butler Snow LLP
First, the article identifies what is considered part of the client's file. There are two competing theories on this issue. The first theory is the "end product" approach, which divides ownership...
Fox Rothschild LLP
Mark L. Silow was featured in The Legal Intelligencer article, "Pa. Firm Leaders: Election Will Increase Firm Work, But How?"
Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed, P.A.
Today the workplace is unlike any other time in history. Changes in how clients and law firms use technology for communication, presentation, document drafting, litigation, recording, and transactional work, seem to be coming faster than ever.
Day Pitney LLP
Effective January 1, 2017, each attorney admitted in Connecticut, including Authorized House Counsel, must complete at least 12 credit hours of continuing legal education each calendar year.
College Of Law Practice Management
For many corporations the traditional staffing model for procurement contract drafting, review and negotiation is based on a method that is both labor-intensive and cost-prohibitive...
Fox Rothschild LLP
I had breakfast today with my friend and mentor Cordell Parvin. His blog is always a good read but today's post, focusing on professional golfer Padraig Harrington, is a must-read for fellow lawyers, business professionals and sports fans.
Dentons
My eighth-grader just showed me his homework. His assignment is to write a paper describing what he did over Spring break.
Butler Snow LLP
Legal Process Management applies continuous improvement and change management principles to legal processes, maximizing both the micro- and macro-effects of those changes with the end goal of providing greater value to the client.
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The McLane Law Firm
Roughly three-quarters of all practicing, in-state New Hampshire Bar Association members work in law firms with 10 or fewer attorneys, and the majority of those law firms employ no IT staff.
Orrick
Lisa Simpson, partner in charge of law school recruiting at Orrick, sat down with Forbes recently to discuss the challenges of the current legal hiring market and provide tips for law students looking to do well...
Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP
I can still feel the phantom burden on my shoulders of the post-graduation choices I had to make when I was a 3L.
Ostrow Reisin Berk & Abrams
Although the roles and responsibilities of paralegals or legal assistants can differ widely by firm, these employees ideally should spend minimal time performing clerical or other work suited to legal...
Holland & Knight
Formal Ethics Opinion 477 updates an outdated 1999 opinion on encrypted communications, which provided generally that a lawyer could...
Reed Smith
We're on vacation. The dog days of Summer are upon us. Time for our annual (okay – monthly) (okay- weekly) substance-less post.
Proskauer Rose LLP
In May, the American Bar Association ("ABA") released a Formal Opinion 477, providing guidance on attorney use of emails in communication with clients.
Fox Rothschild LLP
Mark L. Silow was featured in The Legal Intelligencer article "Inventory Boost Gives Pa. Firms Optimism in Collections Season."
Day Pitney LLP
Jonathan Tropp wrote an article published in the Connecticut Law Tribune, entitled, "Why I Like Being a Mediator."
Butler Snow LLP
First, the article identifies what is considered part of the client's file. There are two competing theories on this issue. The first theory is the "end product" approach, which divides ownership...
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