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The Haeger opinion could expand the scope and severity of sanctions imposed against a party and its counsel for engaging in bad faith conduct during the discovery process.
By Michael Eck
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By Aaron M. Kelly
Time to move your firm into the cloud.
By Nicole Black and Matt Spiegel
Let's explore the technology, risks, and ethical issues posed by the use of cloud computing in your law practice.
By Gabriel R. Aragon
Complying with the heightened duty to preserve all relevant records can be daunting for your small-firm clients.
By Michael J.P. Schewe
How I learned to stop worrying and love being paperless.
By Cindy Albracht-Crogan
Establishing a solo practice right out of law school comes with many perks—and potential pitfalls. Follow these tips to ensure your fledging firm beats the odds.
By Sofia S. Lingos
Starting a law practice is like building a house—you need the right tools and a good plan to set it up right.
By Heidi Weber
In a troubled economy, employment opportunities may be harder to come by, and starting a solo practice may seem more and more attractive. Consider this before starting.
By Sandra Johnston
The path to private practice can be a very crooked road—here's one story.
By Jason Kohlmeyer
While some people think they have what it takes to run a small business because they are good at what they do, many lack the entrepreneurial spirit to actually succeed.
By Lisa O'Connor
With the use of new technology comes unchartered ethical territory for lawyers to navigate.
By Norayr Zurabyan
The question of whether non-lawyers should be permitted to own law firms has been debated for many years.
By Sonia Gallagher
To make your law firm truly thrive, you have to set yourself apart from the competition.
By Kathryn Harris
A recent podcast "New Lawyer: New Solo" offers tips on improving your new solo practice.
By Bruce A. Jacobs
When the criminal conduct of third parties is reasonably foreseeable, an affirmative duty arises.
By Roland W. Baggott III
If you are a solo practitioner seeking more stability and satisfaction from your practice, developing a niche may work for you.
By Gerald T. Giaimo
The business development key is to both embrace the fundamental habits of good lawyering and adopt a modern business strategy, marketing directly to industry-relevant prospects.
By Stephen J. Curley
As solo or small firm litigators, we all have had moments when we wished we had an "Equalizer" to call.
By Ka'Juel J. Washington
Family law attorneys need to balance between advocating effectively and being a counselor to the client.