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Five Questions to Ask a Divorce Lawyer in an Initial Consultation in Arizona

Five Questions to Ask a Divorce Lawyer in an Initial Consultation in Arizona We want to provide you with five questions to ask a divorce lawyer in an initial consultation in Arizona. When you decide it’s time to end your … Continue reading

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Curious data on dispute settlement over the past five years

"82 per cent of respondents [to the survey referenced below] indicated that their organisation's disputes are resolved by negotiated settlement. Five years ago this figure was 74 percent." The quote comes from The In-House Perspective, April 2011 at 13, which… … Continue reading

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WASHINGTON POST: Five Myths About Millionaires. Including this one: "In a speech on Monday, Obama…

WASHINGTON POST: Five Myths About Millionaires. Including this one: "In a speech on Monday, Obama said raising taxes on millionaires isn't class warfare, but 'math.' His math may be off: According to the IRS, those with adjusted gross incomes of … Continue reading

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Avastin is Linked to Blindness in Five Patients

By Jim Lewis, Medical Malpractice Attorney My colleague Emily Mapp Brannon has posted a new blog to the Virginia Injuries website about how a controversial cancer drug being used to treat eye disease has been linked to the blindness of … Continue reading

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Elephant Post: What Will Your Firm Stop Buying In Five Years?

Since the 2008 economic downturn (AKA "Great Recession"), law firms haven't exactly been shy about cutting expenses. Most of those cuts were the low hanging fruit of processes, products and people that probably should have been trimmed back even when … Continue reading

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