Two icons in the Mississippi legal community are no longer with us with the passing this week of Judge Marcus Gordon and famed attorney Gene Tullos of Smith County.
When I was a summer associate at Greenberg Traurig in Chicago, I took part in the firm’s annual corporate mock deal for its summer associates.
I have read more than once this week that the sentiment of many at the CodeEx Stanford FutureLaw Conference last week is that insufficient capital is an impediment to developing technology and innovation in the law.
Email marketing remains one of the best and least expensive ways for small firms and solos to nurture relationships with clients and prospects on an ongoing basis.
On April 27, the FCC released the text of its eagerly anticipated – and highly controversial – Lifeline Modernization Order.
Not every kid has to read their dad’s law blog. But David Oxenford’s son was assigned to.
I’ve written about it many times. My first mentor (don’t think I ever used that word) told me clients wanted lawyers with a “confidence inspiring personality.”
Some ethics violations happen because a lawyer carefully analyzes a debatable situation and draws a good-faith, but incorrect, conclusion.
It was the 1992 election campaign, and James Carvill, candidate Bill Clinton’s campaign strategist, was fighting to keep the troops focused on what mattered.