2008 June

Articles Articles in this issue:

Winning alternatives to the billable hour

Has the billable hour seen its demise? It’s time to examine your billing practices. There is a better way to value your services and satisfy your clients

Geraldine Lewis

2008 June


Themes and stories in employment cases

Our clients are a part of the larger and continuing saga of good and evil; right and wrong

Samuel Rudolph

2008 June


The judge who indicted a dictator

A landmark film reveals the overturning of Augusto Pinochet’s reign by a Chilean judge

Michele Magar

2008 June


How to settle a multi-party case where the defendants are fighting with each other over liability and coverage

How to settle a multi-party case where the defendants are fighting with each other over liability and coverage

Jeffrey Krivis

2008 June


Missed deadlines will kill you: Use technology to stay on track

A mere push of a button can keep you from being the target of a malpractice claim

Althea T. Kippes

2008 June


To blog or not to blog: That is the question

Information, please! Blogging opens the door to the legal world

Tami Kamin-Meyer

2008 June


Recognizing EMTALA cases (Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act)

Regulating emergency care can be dangerous to the hospital as well as the patient

Barry Gustin

2008 June


Public Justice: Redefining the idea of teamwork in the courtroom

Standing for Truth, and Justice, and the American Way is more than just a catchphrase

Stephen Ellison

2008 June


The greening of law firms

Going green means more than driving a hybrid or changing light bulbs

Anayat Durrani

2008 June


Charles Hamilton Houston: Pioneer killer of Jim Crow

“A lawyer is either a social engineer or he’s a parasite on society.” – Charles Houston

Marjorie Dorfman

2008 June


Low-cost lines of credit for case expenses

The cash flow nightmare is beginning to ease by allowing attorneys to pass the costs of borrowing litigation expenses to the client

Michael Blum

2008 June


The courtroom as theater: Is the courtroom just another stage?

Just presenting the “facts” of the case may not be enough to reach the jury

Donna Bader

2008 June

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