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Every public speaker—especially attorneys presenting CLEs—needs to know how to manage their time. Here are three tips to help you do just that.
Before you file your next deposition notice, ask yourself if the deposition is really necessary. If the answer is no and you take the deposition anyway, you are wasting time, driving up litigation costs, and perhaps even damaging your case.
Sometimes, going on vacation can seem out of reach for a solo attorney. Here are some tips on how to arrange your life and your practice so you can get out of town.
Bringing your work on vacation is no vacation at all.
Not everything that seems like a business expense is tax deductible. Here are a few things that lawyers commonly assume they can deduct, but they cannot.
Taking a vacation isn't just important. It's critical to your health and the health of your firm. Here are five tips to help you fully unplug.
We look at how to evaluate your own weaknesses, and how the knowledge of those weaknesses can help you turn them into strengths.