Posts from the ‘Business of Law’ category

The Lawless Landscape of Legal Writing

  Think. Good legal writing is not about following rules. Good legal writing is good judgment. Test and improve your judgment with two guidelines.   Have…

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Negotiation Strategies

    You got to know when to hold ‘em, know when to fold ‘em, know when to walk away, know when to run. The Gambler…

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Bench Bar Profile

    The Bench-Bar Committee’s primary focus is to develop and enhance the relationship between Denver’s judges and attorneys. Throughout the year, we hold various events…

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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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