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Practicing law differs from law school and T.V.--and I couldn't be happier

| May 16, 2017 | Attorney View Point

We have all seen the many TV law shows, like Law and Order, that glamorize the lifestyle of million-dollar cases, exposed legal loopholes, and always winning the big case in the clutch. The courtrooms... more

What Fox News can teach us about workplace harassment

| Apr 30, 2017 | User Help

American employers have a legal, not to mention ethical, responsibility to ensure their employees are working in safe, fair environments. Currently, it’s probably safe to say that no one in the mainst... more

Staying Relevant: Utilizing Online Marketing for Lawyers

| May 07, 2017 | Law Firm Marketing

Take a moment to consider the world in which we live. Picture a crowded restaurant, a commute on the subway, your kids doing their homework. Unless you live under a rock, the picture in your mind’s ey... more

Getting Real: 3 ways real-life law differs from T.V. portrayals

| Apr 05, 2017 | User Help

Since the early days of Perry Mason, American television viewers have found themselves fascinated with primetime court dramas. With popular law shows like Law and Order, Law and Order: SVU, Suits, Bos... more

How to avoid scams and find a legitimate immigration lawyer

| Apr 26, 2017 | User Help

In the wake of President Donald Trump’s most recent attempted executive order and more stringent immigration policies, officials expect to see a rise in immigration scams, which were prevalent even be... more

Workplace bullying v. harassment: know the difference and know your rights

| Apr 13, 2017 | User Help

Employers in the United States are legally and ethically obligated to provide a safe environment for their employees. Part of that safe environment includes protection from workplace harassment, which... more

Social media: what you post can and will be held against you in a court of law

| Mar 26, 2017 | User Help

According to the latest statistics, more than 80 percent of Americans have social media profiles on sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and others. In fact, since the mid-2000s, social media use... more

Should I Hire a Real Estate Attorney? The answer may shock you.

| Mar 26, 2017 | User Help

Should I Hire a Real Estate Attorney? The answer may shock you.For many people, juggling the responsibilities of work and home is a constant balancing act. Add the additional stress of a potential mov... more


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