A Lawyer’s Despair

“No, I’m Not Dead Yet – Just thinking about it all the time. A collections agency person called me several times at work today.  He made sure to let the receptionist know why he was calling.  He represents the good people ...

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New Lawyers, Finances, and the Housing Market

Time for another edition of “Welcome to the Economy” There are a lot of fresh law grads out there, some with jobs, seemingly more without, despite recent reports such as this one: “Legal Sector Adds 100o jobs!” But you only ...

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Review: Smartrules.com

Earlier this month I was contacted by Carey Ransom, the CEO of Realpractice.com in regards to my report on my first month of blogging (available in the sidebar at the right). We spoke a bit about transparency, and the lack ...

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China Law Blog – Supply Chains and Culture

I sent a link over to Dan Harris at the China Law Blog about supply chain problems that arise between Western buyers and Chinese suppliers.  The article is a breakdown between: Family orientation vs self-interest Guanxi network vs multiple institutions ...

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Tattoos, Technology, Tolerance and TMI

Interesting breakdown on Gen Y/Millennials found here, from The Jury Expert. Quick excerpt: Case themes a. Millennials led very structured and protected early lives. Themes of how investors/plaintiffs/trainees were not protected, trained or supported may resonate with them. Betrayal of ...

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