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Bridget Brookman is a Staff Writer for Attorney Journal

Security in Specialization

Security in Specialization

Ahern Insurance Brokerage: How much insurance coverage is enough? One of the most important aspects of running a law firm is securing the proper insurance coverage.  Although California does not require mandatory professional liability insurance coverage for law firms and sole practitioners, most in the legal profession will agree such coverage is vital. Since 1997, […]

The Unofficial 4th Branch of Government

The Unofficial 4th Branch of Government

After 40 Years of Practicing Law, Michael Pancer Has Not Forgotten Why he Became an Attorney. Motivated by Injustice The Vietnam War was a catalyst for social change and political unrest. Coupled with the Civil Rights movement, The United States was a country divided. Frightened by the threat of Communism, there were those who believed […]

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