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Free public records searches may end up costing time and money

Feb 16, 2017 By: Jeremy Byellin

Whether investigating a party or witness in anticipation of trial, attempting to verify an individual’s identity, or simply conducting exploratory research before

The Benefits of Researching a Potential Defendant Ahead of Time

Feb 15, 2017 By: Jeremy Byellin

Investigating an opposing defendant is critical, in both criminal and civil contexts.  Even prior to the filing of the legal matter, knowing

Can public records help locate a missing witness?

Feb 14, 2017 By: Jeremy Byellin

In the chess game of litigation, witnesses are often some of the most important pieces on the board.  Their testimony can protect

Cupid’s Arrow Doesn’t Have to Sting: Sensible Approaches to Workplace Romance

Jan 27, 2017 By: Kate Bally

With Valentine’s Day approaching, now is a good time to consider the potential risks associated with workplace romances.  These relationships can expose

3 Resolutions to Fuel Your Law Firm Growth Strategy

Jan 23, 2017 By: Brian Knudsen

The New Year is already off to a fast start and if you haven’t identified resolutions for your law firm now is

One comment from you could win $500 for a deserving charity.

Dec 11, 2016 By: Melissa Pendino

What’s your favorite worthy cause and why? Tell us about the charity, volunteer organization or pro bono project that has special meaning

Client Communication Tips: Preparing for the Holidays

Nov 3, 2016 By: Renee Karibi-Whyte

With less than two months to go in 2016, you may have started to reflect on whether you have achieved your annual goals.

The first thing small law firms should be doing that you’re probably not

Oct 17, 2016 By: Brian Knudsen

This is the first in a series of articles about the recent State of U.S. Small Law Firms Study, undertaken by Thomson Reuters small law firm business and examining patterns in building a successful small law firm.

Key Performance Metrics: Why, What, Who, Where, and When

Sep 20, 2016 By: Mary Juetten

Even though to most small law firm partners, their clients are everything, plenty of law firms fail even when they have customers.

Practical Challenges of Meeting Your Duties of Competence and Diligence to Your Clients

Jul 18, 2016 By: Alan Gutterman

Lawyers who are continuously being pushed outside their professional “comfort zone” may be faced with serious ethical issues, since they are required to serve their clients with competence and diligence.

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