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Follow the Money … Act Based on the Evidence

Posted in Cash Flow - Finances, In The News, Management, Uncategorized
Jerry Maguire said “Follow the Money. A former labor union leader said “Follow the bank account, not the budget, to see how much money is really available to offer union members-employees. Why is it, then, that some politicians are attacking the Affordable Care Act, originally a Republican proposal, and many economists are saying there is… Continue Reading

Malpractice and Bar Discipline May Not Be the Same

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Today, Ed will be talking with Cindy Shapiro. Cindy is a partner at Reback, McAndrews, Kjar, Warford, Stockalper & Moore LLP. She’s practiced professional liability defense since 1994. Her practice includes defending professionals from malpractice and related claims. Our conversation today will focus on risk management to prevent lawyers from getting involved in the first… Continue Reading

Value of Human Assets vs. Value of Capital Assets

Posted in Cash Flow - Finances, In The News, Management, Personal Thoughts, Technology, Uncategorized
John Claassen, in a “guest column” in the February 4, 2015 edition of the Los Angeles Daily Journal entitled “PROTECT THE VALUE OF HUMAN ASSETS,” quoted Bill Gates’ opposition to increasing the federal minimum wage as follows: “If you raise the minimum wage, you are encouraging labor substitution, and you’re going to go buy machinery… Continue Reading

Speak and Write for Success

Posted in Audio & Podcasts, Management, Marketing, Technology, Uncategorized
Gary Kinder, founder and CEO of WordRake® writes the following: “…Each of us has three vocabularies: our reading or comprehension vocabulary – by far the largest; our writing vocabulary – in the middle; and our speaking vocabulary – the smallest and least grammatical. When speaking, we use, and tolerate (to a point) others using, ers… Continue Reading

7 Easy Steps to Getting Paid

Posted in Cash Flow - Finances, Uncategorized
You’ve worked hard to address the challenges brought to you by your client.  You’ve put other matters aside to deal with his or her crisis.  You‘ve achieved their desired results.  And now, they’ve become a slow payer or non-payer.  Why?  What could you have done to prevent this, to know from the very beginning that… Continue Reading

Is the Bar Prosecutor Alleging Murder When Only Manslaughter Is Appropriate?

Posted in Articles, In The News, Management, Personal Thoughts, Uncategorized
“The state bar is overcharging its cases.” Thus started the commentary by Carol M Langford, in the newspaper, The Recorder, in San Francisco. Langford is a defense counsel and former chair of the State Bar’s Law Practice Management and Technology Section. She quotes the California Supreme Court to the effect that “bar matters are ‘quasi… Continue Reading

Blawg 100 Amici

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ABA Journal has just opened it’s 100 best legal blog list.  This is an annual list, compiled on the basis of votes by readers, of the best blogs that lawyers should know about.  If you enjoy my blawg, please follow this link to nominate it!  Of course, you can also vote for other blog authors… Continue Reading

What is RSS?

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RSS (Really Simple Syndication) RSS (or Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based format for news content distribution. It is simple, fast, and light on your bandwidth. It does NOT require you to even visit our blog website unless you are interested in a particular headline and its summary. It empowers you to read and find… Continue Reading