In another unfortunate case of a pastor fleecing his flock, Archie Larue Evans of Conway, SC pleaded guilty to charges of mail fraud and structuring financial transactions.
I was meeting with 2 lawyers from a major East Coast law firm recently to discuss strategy on their upcoming blog. The firm has done a number of blogs, but the lawyers wanted to steer clear of the firm’s brand on their blog.
“Well, if we’re more efficient for our clients, then we’re not going to make enough money.” Believe it or not, that is actually a frequent complaint cited by those who choose not to employ legal project management. But, for those lawyers and law firms who do want to—you know—provide quality service to their clients, legal project management can be a phenomenal tool. Joining me today to explain the basics of legal project management and quash some of the excuses for not employing it is Pam Woldow of Edge International and her blog, At The Intersection.
Recently the Wall Street Journal Law Blog Posted: Law-Firm Partners Face Layoffs The blog included a quote from a former partner
Not every day does the United States Supreme Court weigh in on a topic impacting the trademark world, but it did so yesterday in Already, LLC v. Nike, Inc., a case illustrating what can happen when a trademark plaintiff wants to pull the plug and end the lawsuit it started in a walkaway.