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Loans: learn how to negotiate for mutual benefit (access required)

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Rapid growth. Disaster recovery. Op­erating considerations. Technology ex­penditures. Those are all reasons that you might need a loan in the business of law. Get­ting a loan involves some groundwork, but if you have a good working relation­ship with your bank, ...

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Dealing with bias in the jury selection process (access required)

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After decades of the nation­al Chamber of Commerce, big business and insurance industry propaganda against tort litiga­tion and plaintiffs’ trial attorneys, many jurors have been tainted to one extent or another with an­ti-tort bias. The challenge is that the person ...

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Get to know Generation Z (access required)

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[Editor’s Note: Welcome to the next demographic group, Generation Z. These are the people who will be your clients, your employees and the members of your juries.] College admissions offices are already aggressively changing recruiting tactics to appeal to Generation ...

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The real threats to your firm’s network explained (access required)

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Let’s look at some of the different types of attacks that can be direct­ed at your computer system. The conversation: A typical conversation between an email end user and the helpdesk might go some­thing like this: End user: Hi, I ...

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’Tis the season to plan your holiday marketing efforts (access required)

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Now is the time for you to start planning in order to guarantee the success of your holiday marketing efforts. Even if it dawns on you that you ha­ven’t been faithfully sending out thank-you notes or acknowledging your refer­ral sources ...

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How clients choose a litigation law firm (access required)

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Choosing a litigation law firm can be an intimidating process. For firms hoping to pick up business, it’s helpful to know how potential clients are advised to go about the business of shopping for a litigation firm. A business entity ...

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How to handle difficult feedback (access required)

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Receiving negative feedback from a supervisor, judge, colleague or client is one of the more challenging aspects of working in the legal profession. We all know that we only get better at what we do with practice and constructive feedback ...

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Dealing with negative first impressions (access required)

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No matter how long they are, trials can seem too short to accomplish every goal. Those who want to de­fend their character and their com­pany and tell their story so jurors understand the whole picture, never seem to have enough ...

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