• Brand
    Branding Versus Marketing For Lawyers And Law Firms

    By Nyanza Shaw Esq. Branding has become a hot topic in all aspects of business in the last few years. In the past, a law firm focused on their reputation. Your reputation is now your brand. Your brand...

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  • Applying A Business Method and Strategy to the Practice of Law

    By Suzanne Natbony Delegate, defer, dump or do it – a method for lawyers to learn how to deal with potential and current client matters, from everything to successfully completing a matter to having to withdraw. Do...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Elder Abuse: Protecting Your Client and Your Practice in Complicated Situations

    By Gerald Sauer With an aging population and growing awareness, reports of elder abuse or neglect and resulting legal responses are increasingly common. Already, the U.S. Department of Justice’s National Center on Elder Abuse estimates that 2.15...

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  • Lou Shapiro On NBC’s ‘Trial & Error’

    Hollywood has always been enthralled with the legal community. From the days of “Perry Mason” and “How to Kill a Mockingbird” all the way to the present moment when we are offered with every type of legal...

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  • Affordable Legal Services Depend on Affordable Legal Education

    By Martin Pritikin One would think that with 165,000 members of the California State Bar — including 54,000 here in Los Angeles County — finding a lawyer wouldn’t be a problem. Yet much of the Golden State...

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  • Same Sport, Different Team

    By Jacob Glucksman Just over six years ago, I made the decision to leave the cushy confines of the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office and open up my own solo practice in the field of criminal...

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  • Ride Technology to a Future
    How Associates Can Ride Technology to a Future in the Automated Law Firm

    By Michael Bond In the folk tale of John Henry, a “steel-driving man” was pitted against a steam-powered hammer in a contest of whether man or machine could bore the most holes through a rocky mountain to...

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  • Aaron Weiner
    Commercial Real Estate Leasing – Common Sense And Shifting Paradigms

    By Aaron Weiner Negotiating a lease with a building owner is something you only do once every five years or so. Yet, after your human resources, real estate expenses are your second greatest business expense. For the...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Create A Strong Presence on Yelp Where Potential Clients Are Searching

    By Emily Washcovick A Nielsen survey found that 78 percent of consumers turn to review sites to find local businesses — and most of these consumers use Yelp as their review site of choice. In fact, a...

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  • 5 Secrets
    5 Secrets to a Successful Law Practice

    By Arezou Kohan I was at a resort recently when I overheard the president of the resort interviewing a potential employee. “We are interested in building long-term relationships with our guests,” she said. “We want to give...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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