Tag Archives: Drives

Divorce Drives Litigant into Depression and Bankruptcy

You may have heard of the “good divorce”, a concept explored by Psychology Today in 2009 where they suggested that “it is possible if you know how to do it”. Unfortunately, as a divorce lawyer I rarely see the good … Continue reading

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Another Reason Business People Need to Manage their Attorneys: The Legal Industry’s Definition of “Productivity” Drives Unnecessary Work

The attorney’s definition of “productivity”? How many hours did I bill the client and get paid for? It’s that simplistic. And it’s that one-sided — in favor of the lawyer — and against the client. Consequently — according to conventional … Continue reading

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Good Faith and Flash Drives

/* /*]]>*/ In U.S. v. Leon, 468 U.S. 897 (1984), the U.S. Supreme Court articulated what is often referred to as the "`good faith' exception to the exclusionary rule." In Leon, the Court explained that since "the exclusionary rule is … Continue reading

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ACC Blog Series Drives to Core of Client-Firm Relationships

Maybe you’ve read about this dance, or even tried a few steps. No, this isn’t Dancing With the Stars, it’s the alternative billing dance. And a new ACC blog series aims to show law firms how it’s done. [via ACC … Continue reading

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