Posts from the ‘Business of Law’ category

Trends in Interior Design Planning for Law Firms ~ By Carol Koplin, ASID, NCIDQ

Of all of the innovative business strategies law firms routinely undertake, one is often overlooked: innovative and efficient professional office interior design and space planning. One…

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An It’s Complicated Amendment ~ By Keith Lewis

The Docket roots out wasteful, old-fashioned and meaningless procedures that remain affixed to our profession so as to annoy us way too often. RETRACTION: In the…

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A Call for Additional Federal Judges ~ By Sean R. Gallagher and James M. Lyons

In 1984, Apple introduced a new personal computer that it called the Macintosh. The murder rate in Cabot Cove, Maine far exceeded the national rate, largely…

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It’s Complicated ~ By Keith Lewis

The Docket roots out wasteful, old-fashioned and meaningless procedures that remain affixed to our profession so as to annoy us way too often. The legal system…

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The VA Hospital Debacle ~ And This is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things ~ An Opinion Piece by Doug McQuiston

With the 2016 presidential primaries quickly approaching, I am once again reminded that in American politics, there are basically two types of people: those who believe…

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Flat Fees: You Are Only Limited by Your Creativity (And Your Oath) ~ By Chip Mortimer

I recently finished renovating a home. The financial arrangement with my contractor was simple. After paying a deposit for the materials, I paid the contractor fixed…

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How Regulators Are Blocking the Flat-Fee Revolution ~ By Keith Lewis

        Clients love flat fees because of the cost certainty that they bring. One of the most common complaints about lawyers is the…

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Bradford Publishing Chooses Colorado Bar Association Continuing Legal Education to Carry On Legal Tradition ~ By Mary Dilworth

  Candace and Craig Boyle, President and CIO respectively of Bradford Publishing in Denver, recently announced the sale of the company’s legal division to Colorado Bar…

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First Amendment Legend Relinquishing Ownership of Legendary Tattered Cover Book Stores ~ By Keith Lewis

Fifteen years ago, Joyce Meskis, Owner of the Tattered Cover Book Store since 1974, stood up to federal and local law enforcement to defend the First…

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Rules for a Civilized Law Firm Departure

    Formal Opinion 116 of the Colorado Bar Association Legal Ethics Committee (cobar.org) is an excellent guide to the legal ethics considerations surrounding a lawyer’s…

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