Jurors who turn to social media while in trial may be giving parties ammunition to overturn the verdict, say Richard Raysman of Holland & Knight and Peter Brown of Peter Brown & Associates.
Ahead of any brief writing, a careful review of the proceedings is a must, explain Greines Martin attorneys.
After a judgment in your client's favor, the work doesn't stop — it's time to make the other side pay, say McKenna Long & Aldridge attorneys.
New California Rule of Court replaces the strict restriction with a reasonableness standard, explain Kabateck Brown Kellner attorneys.
With the real estate market on the rebound, investment opportunities and regulations governing them are on the rise, explain Kaufman Dolowich attorneys.
Patent holders now have a clearer guideline on how to meet their licensing obligations on essential patents, explain Skadden attorneys.
For some firms, an internal communications department is best, while others benefit more from the expertise of an outside agency, explain Traci Stuart and Michael Bond of Blattel Communications.
Improving your visibility in the media and on the Internet can increase business and build credentials, explain Zach Olsen and Sophie Cikovsky of Infinite Public Relations.
Having a plan in place in the event of a data breach can save a law firm's reputation and protect its clients, explain Elizabeth Lampert and Lara Cupit.
Making clients aware of alternative fee arrangements can set a firm apart from the rest and highlight innovation and flexibility, says Sharon Berman of Berbay Corp.
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