Posts from the ‘Business of Law’ category

Top Needless Words to Consider Omitting

  Lawyers are accused, falsely or fairly, of many stereotypes, including being argumentative, loquacious and workaholics. One stereotype we have unfortunately avoided thus far is that…

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Ten Ways to Lose a Case

  You can hardly pick up a legal journal these days without seeing an article that provides advice on how to win your latest piece of…

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The Myth of Pandora: An Attorney’s Journey to find Hope

  Pandora opened the box and all the illnesses and hardships that gods had hidden in the vessel escaped. Frightened by the ghostly forms she saw…

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From Lawyer to Legislator

  So many from our noble profession throw their hats in the ring and run for political office. With more than one-third of the 114th U.S.…

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Practicing Together: Partners in Marriage & the Legal Profession

  Since 2005, I have practiced with my husband, Mike Ambroziak, at our small law firm, Ambroziak Kitto, PC. Both of us have been practicing since…

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Calling All Spanish-Speaking Lawyers

  As of late, news outlets have been buzzing about the most recent waves of immigrants arriving from Latin America. Regardless of one’s political position on…

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Marketing Through Malpractice

  Back when I was a practicing workers’ compensation attorney, I represented a very pleasant woman who had the misfortune of having been injured on the…

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SO YOU WANT TO BE A TALKING HEAD! Becoming a Legal Commentator

  I have been fortunate over the many years of my career to serve as a legal commentator to local, national, and international media organizations in…

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Why Content Relevance is Everything Online

  “After I finished watching a puppy versus stairs video, I saw a link to a construction defect blog and I was really glad I did,”…

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