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Always preparing for the next move

Always preparing for the next move

“What is going to happen to me?” That question is one of the first and most fear-laden asked by someone arrested on a DUI charge. The attorneys and staff of the Law Offices of Mark L. Deniz, APLC are dedicated to quickly finding the right answer and to seeing that their DUI clients receive the […]

Why Are Law Firms Falling Behind?

Why Are Law Firms Falling Behind?

This news ought to be deeply disturbing to managing partners and lawyers everywhere, regardless of the size of their firm: Attorneys are losing their once-revered position as a business’ most-trusted advisor. Other professionals are edging them out, especially accountants and consultants. How did this happen? More precisely, why did lawyers let it happen? Something of […]

Ethical Issues in Using Social Media

Ethical Issues in Using Social Media

Why should lawyers care about social media, and whether they are using it ethically? Obviously, lawyers should be concerned about compliance with ethical requirements in everything they do, but there may be some hidden ethical pitfalls in the use of social media about which they need to be aware, both on behalf of themselves and […]

Being a True Giver When Networking

Being a True Giver When Networking

Over the past 10–15 years there has been a dramatic increase in the number of people actively focusing on networking. Increasing competition, along with more widespread attention on building a strong network, is encouraging businesspeople to flock to networking functions in droves. This is as true for the legal profession as for any other. However, […]

From Papyrus to E-mail: The History of Newsletter Marketing

From Papyrus to E-mail: The History of Newsletter Marketing

From e-mail marketing to social media marketing, it seems that every year or two there is a new trend for you to keep in touch with your clients. Today, using ever-evolving technology that was nonexistent a generation ago, you can reach thousands of people with a click of a button. As new as it may […]

Overcoming the Isolation Of Being a Solo Practitioner

Overcoming the Isolation Of Being a Solo Practitioner

Do you ever feel a little isolated as a solo practitioner? Like you’re hanging out, doing all the right things to market and grow your practice, yet the results just aren’t happening? If you’re in a small firm or a solo practitioner, isolation can be debilitating, particularly when you are trying to build a “firm” […]

Workplace Harassment: In Life as in Art!

Workplace Harassment: In Life as in Art!

A while back, Ellen DeGeneres did a game with guests on her show. She compared harassment training videos to real life situations and challenged guests to guess the real from the fiction. One of our videos was used to stump the guests. This was well before the Harvey Weinstein, Roy Moore, Al Franken and Matt […]

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