People recognize when they are being pitched a sale. They can overlook online ads and promotions to find the information they need online. With the right website content, you can answer their questions and produce measurable results for your firm. It is essential to understand that prospective law firm clients want to learn about you… Continue reading Helpful and Engaging: The Importance of Your Law Firm’s Website Content
Talc injury claimants in the Chapter 11 case of Johnson & Johnson‘s talc unit told a New Jersey bankruptcy judge Monday that the company filed for bankruptcy as a litigation strategy after getting hit with more than 38,000 personal injury suits, and that the case should be tossed on bad faith grounds. During the opening… Continue reading Talc Claimants Argue Bad Faith In J&J Unit’s Ch. 11 Trial
One of the most important steps in mental and emotional health is to be aware of your inner thoughts. Over the past few decades, we have discovered a great deal about how the brain works, including how trauma, stress and anxiety affect our reality. For example, cognitive bias and burnout color how we feel about… Continue reading The Enemy Within: Are Your Thoughts Sabotaging Your Success?
Good lawyer-client relations are less about you knowing the answers and much more about knowing the right questions to ask. It’s one of the fundamentals they drummed into you in law school: It is your job to know the answers. That’s why clients seek your help, right? How you prove you are smart, and why… Continue reading Five Questions to Ask a New Client
The Florida federal judge overseeing the multidistrict litigation over veterans’ claims that 3M Co. earplugs damaged their hearing recently ordered a second “wave” of 500 cases to be prepared to go to trial. In a Feb. 22 order, U.S. District Judge M. Casey Rodgers set 500 more cases to be prepared for discovery, bringing the… Continue reading Judge Orders 500 Cases In 3M Earplugs MDL To Prep For Trial