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Why Are Incidents Like The Truck Crash In Pittsburgh Still Happening?

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On Friday, November 17, a trucker lost all power to his brakes and plowed into nine vehicles. Eleven people were injured, and nine were transported to the hospital with injuries. Mercifully, no one was killed – but it could have been far, far worse. According to police chief Roch Kujava – who has been an … Continue reading “Why Are Incidents Like The Truck Crash In Pittsburgh Still Happening?”

California Wildfire Victims Need Attorneys

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Wildfires across the state of California have killed dozens of people and scorched thousands of acres. Devastating wildfires are currently besieging Southern California, including the Thomas Fire in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties, the Creek Fire in the Sylmar/Kagel Canyon area, and the Rye Fire in Santa Clarita. The fires have displaced hundreds of thousands … Continue reading “California Wildfire Victims Need Attorneys”

Facebook As A Marketing Tool For Attorneys

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Facebook has emerged as a marketing tool with limitless potential. If you’re a Law firm looking for a lead generation source, you could benefit immensely from tapping into this social media platform.   If you’ve never thought of Facebook as more than a social platform, think again… your law firm could get a constant flow … Continue reading “Facebook As A Marketing Tool For Attorneys”

Call-Only Google AdWords For Attorneys

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SEO or SEM For A Law Firm?  Many law firm owners struggle with how, when, or if to use search engine optimization (SEO) and search engine marketing (SEM) to generate leads and grow their firm. While both tactics are beneficial, several factors need to go into the decision-making process—depending on each law firm owner’s goals … Continue reading “Call-Only Google AdWords For Attorneys”

5 Stories That Also Didn’t Win Their Conference Championship — See Also

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BUD LIGHT AD HAS BROKEN THE FOURTH WALL: Joe explains how to write a C&D that also helps the corporate brand. Dilly, Dilly. DAVID BOIES IS JUST IN THE BARREL RIGHT NOW: I feel almost like I need to remind people that David Boies, as far as we know, didn’t actually sexually assault anybody — his … Continue reading “5 Stories That Also Didn’t Win Their Conference Championship — See Also”

How Is There This Much News ON A FRIDAY? — See Also

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SO… MIKE FLYNN FLIPPED: Kathryn collects some of the best tweets here. IT TURNS OUT, JAMES COMEY’S INSTAGRAM GAME IS STRONG: It appears Comey made an Instagram account just to troll Donald Trump? Kathryn explains. DAVIS POLK MATCHES CRAVATH: It was unlikely but Davis Polk was the last major New York, white-shoe firm that might … Continue reading “How Is There This Much News ON A FRIDAY? — See Also”

Non-Sequiturs: 12.01.17

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* A deep dive into the results of the July 2017 New York bar exam. [Faculty Lounge] * Which lower courts are the major players? [Empirical SCOTUS] * Should there be an independent investigation into the culture at NBC? [Law and More] * Work in a male dominated office? How is #metoo changing things? [Corporette] … Continue reading “Non-Sequiturs: 12.01.17”

Celebrate The End Of 2017 With Above The Law

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If you haven’t made plans to join us next Thursday for our annual holiday party, then what’s wrong with you? Our parties are always a good time with free drinks, some food to nibble on, and the sympathetic ears of the ATL staff ready to hear all about your upcoming exam schedule or your grueling … Continue reading “Celebrate The End Of 2017 With Above The Law”

Ethics opinions have to reflect the present and future—not the past

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Home In-Depth Reporting Ethics opinions have to reflect the present… Building the 21st-Century Law Firm By Carolyn Elefant December 2017 Shutterstock One of the most enduring purposes behind the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct and corresponding state ethics standards is to protect clients and the public from “overreaching, overcharging, underrepresentation and misrepresentation.” (See Ohralik … Continue reading “Ethics opinions have to reflect the present and future—not the past”

Chicago special prosecutor’s career nearly came to a premature end

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Home In-Depth Reporting Chicago special prosecutor’s career nearly… Magazine Feature By Erin Gordon December 2017 Photo of Patricia Brown Holmes by Wayne Slezak Patricia Brown Holmes was on top of the world. It was 1999, and she was living a dream that most attorneys never come close to experiencing. Less than two years prior, Holmes, … Continue reading “Chicago special prosecutor’s career nearly came to a premature end”

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