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Research: 50% of Lawyers Dislike Their Jobs

Lawyers dislike their jobs and lawyers dislike lawyers. Where is the love? Maybe you are seeing early warning signs to quit your job. In-house counsel job openings are at record numbers, so if you don’t like where you are, maybe … Continue reading

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Over 80% of Lawyers Dislike Lawyers

Over 80% of lawyers dislike lawyers. For some lawyers, who have half-full glasses, the thought of not being disliked by 20% of any group is wonderful news. But why do lawyers dislike lawyers? Can’t we all just get along? “If … Continue reading

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Law Firms Dislike Muscular Outside Counsel Guidelines

Law departments are flexing their muscles in outside counsel guidelines, and many law firms and their consultants don’t like it one bit. Is this a sign of the times in a hyper-competitive legal market or are law departments simply filling … Continue reading

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Growing Dislike of the Super Rich and Possible Solutions

The following is from John Thornhill, How super-rich can avoid lynching, FT.com, Feb. 22, 2008: We have, it seems, reached that point in the economic cycle when resentment is rising against the rich.*** That sentiment has marked the US presidential… … Continue reading

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McDonald Hopkins Alert: Dislike Your Competitor’s Patent? It May Become Easier to Invalidate It

McDonald Hopkins Alert: Dislike Your Competitor’s Patent? It May Become Easier to Invalidate It CLEVELAND, Dec. 15, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — The Supreme Court recently granted a petition to consider whether patent law requires a heightened standard of clear and convincing … Continue reading

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