Another in the Big Legal Brain Attorney Profile series, this time focused on the fascinating world of lawyers and technology.
With alternative billing schemes now de rigeur, we offer up two tried and true systems.
We’ve now done the research, considered all the basic needs of a practicing lawyer, and have come up with the definitive list of what it takes to start a law firm.
Big Legal Brain, the global leader in cloud-based legal humor, has acquired the Latvian site of lielaslikumusmadzeņu.eu, adding to its brand one of the leading legal humor sites in the Baltic region.
We apologize in advance for Chank’s rant about the three-martini lunch. He was drunk, thus answering his own question.
With most of my theories, there’s an unfortunate illegality that dogs them. Sure, I can be abusive and petty like the best of them, but there’s a cost. And that cost is $250 per month. When needed, I outsource all of my petty and abusive behavior to TSD Outsourcing.
When confronted with head lice infestation, law firms often cave to embarrassment and attempt to hide the problem, exacerbating any recovery. Relax. There is hope. Here is what you can do.
The Swingline 747 Business Stapler has all the features you want, and then some.
If you find yourself sharing an office with kitty litter and a dehumidifier, here are a few tips to help get your practice off the ground, or at least above the ground.
Get away from a time-based billing system and use a gallon-based system instead. Plus, getting gallons of legal advice just sounds better.