For this offering, we are grateful to have a guest blogger, labor lawyer Denise Blommel, has again weighed in on some pertinent issues as we go forward into the new normal. Thank you, Denise. Jim Collins is one of my favorite business authors. His 2011 Great By Choice: Uncertainty, Chaos, and Luck – Why Some... Continue Reading →
If you are a solo practitioner, here are some tips to help you succeed.
Is technology the enemy of lawyer well-being or is it an invaluable partner? Check out my newest article in Law Practice Magazine. While you are at it, take the opportunity to register for the ABA TECHSHOW 2020, February 26 - 29, 2020, at techshow.com. If you use code EP2002 at checkout you'll get discounted registration.
The holiday season can be, as Dickens said (and apologies to him for any misquoting), the best of times and the worst of times. It's the end of the year and maybe deadlines loom; or maybe vacation time is only hours away. The holiday may bring together families for fun and revelry, and maybe happy... Continue Reading →
We all travel for business from time to time, some of us more than others. Usually things go well and all is good with the universe. But it only takes one glitch to point out the flaws in our travel planning and execution. So we thought this would be a good time to share some... Continue Reading →
Using technology in practice is not only fine, it's essential. But are we missing out of the interpersonal contact that clients need, expect and want? Check out my newest column for the ABA's Law Practice Today webzine - it's all about enriching your client's experience with personal attention.
There's been a lot of press lately on technology addiction. Just one internet search on "technology addiction" brought up hundreds of articles and blogs on technology addiction. Oh no, it can't be that our (beloved, essential, "can't live without them," "turn the car around, I forgot my cell phone") devices are the new problem!?! Yes,... Continue Reading →