Posts from the ‘Business of Law’ category

How to Hire a Lawyer ~ By James Garts and James Townsend

Hiring a lawyer can be an intimidating process. It’s easy to become overwhelmed by confusing legal terms and the various service arrangements attorneys provide. Money, the…

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C’mon In. The Water Is Fine. Starting a Law Practice ~ By Sara Scott and Danaé Woody

The practice of law is not one-size-fits-all nor is starting a law firm. A new law practice’s success depends on a solid foundation of legal experience,…

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Solo Not Alone: Consulting Lawyers and Other Professionals When Starting Your Own Firm ~ By Damian J. Arguello

There is an old adage that virtually every lawyer has heard: A lawyer who represents himself or herself has a fool for a client. This can…

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How to Get out of Your Business Lease ~ By Sara Sharp and John Koechel

Signing a lease for your company is exciting, but after the initial thrill dies down and some time passes, it is possible that you may find…

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The Growing Threat to Cybersecurity ~ By Mark Spitz

In recent years, data privacy has become a serious concern in our increasingly networked world. As more and more personal, health, financial and business data are…

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Dangerous Clients: How to Protect Your Office from Current and Former High-Risk People ~ By Dr. Steve Albrecht

Incidents of attorneys being shot or assaulted by angry clients have a long history in this country, as the patched-over bullet holes in many courthouses can…

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What the Results of the CDOT’s Survey About Colorado’s Drunk Driving Reveals ~ By Dianne Sawaya

Despite the fact that driving under the influence is generally frowned upon by our society, every single day in the United States, drivers get behind the…

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Risk Management and Insurance to Protect Your Firm ~ By John Davidson

As attorneys, you understand liability, but how well do you understand the types of insurance that mitigate common liabilities? Understanding the basics of risk management and…

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Don’t Run Afoul of Gaming Laws in Offering Sweepstakes and Contests ~ By Sean McGuinness and Karl Rutledge

The Internet and social media have become the most efficient ways for companies to disseminate information and sell their products/services, connect with their customers and strengthen…

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How the Labor and Employment Landscape Might Change with the Stroke of a Pen ~ By Sean R. Gallagher and Mary Kapsak

President Trump has been presented with a number of regulatory issues that could change the labor and employment landscape. Congressional and administrative action is not required…

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