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FULL COURT PRESS

FULL COURT PRESS

Hepburn, Hernandez & Jung Trial Attorneys’ Relentless Pressure Leaves Opponents Scrambling Once a client signs the retainer agreement, the partners at HHJ Trial Attorneys pick the lead attorney best suited for the case. Partner Michael Hernandez says, “Each attorney brings a different set of skills to the table. Elliott (Jung) is great with science and […]

8 Critical Action Steps to Ensure the Future of Your Law Firm

8 Critical Action Steps to Ensure the Future of Your Law Firm

When it comes to the future of your firm, the following action steps are critical for long-term success. 1 We are living in a VUCA world…volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous. The firm of tomorrow will have to be agile, innovative, adaptable and flexible to compete. 2 Succession planning is imperative. Most firms are currently led […]

When a Lawyer Gets Overwhelmed with Fear, Anxiety and Depression in Their Life

When a Lawyer Gets Overwhelmed with Fear, Anxiety and Depression in Their Life

Are you a lawyer who privately struggles with stress, anxiety, depression, addiction and you don’t know where to turn? Do you know a fellow lawyer or anyone else who struggles with fear and various mental health issues and do not know how to help relieve their suffering? If so, there is hope for your situation. […]

Make Yourself Scarce and You’ll Attract More Clients

Make Yourself Scarce and You’ll Attract More Clients

Every night around 9 p.m., I go outside to feed our two horses a couple pounds of carrots. The purpose is to make sure they’re eating normally and feel well before we turn in for the night. (If they don’t want a carrot, that’s a sure sign something’s wrong.) Gracie, our little-ol’-grandmother golden retriever, lines […]

Overcome Content Paralysis and Get the Attention You Deserve

Overcome Content Paralysis and Get the Attention You Deserve

I recently had a conversation with a lawyer who was struggling to finish a client alert. It had been sitting on his desk for about a week for his final review. This lawyer is not known to be a procrastinator, so I asked him what was going on, and he candidly told me that he […]

Taking a Therapeutic Approach to Trial Law

Taking a Therapeutic Approach to Trial Law

Concerns Over Unethical Business Practices Lead to a Career Providing a Voice for the Voiceless “Being able to stand up for those who cannot stand up for themselves is the greatest privilege in the world. While it often feels like a David vs. Goliath fight in the personal injury practice, especially with the continuous onslaught […]

Five Ways to Normalize Your Damages

Five Ways to Normalize Your Damages

When civil litigation is being discussed by those outside the courtroom and outside the legal field, what stands out is often the perception, at least, of very high damages. The high-dollar figure being awarded, based on a questionable claim, is the poster child for the abuses of litigation. But for some reason, inside the courtroom […]

Optimizing Your Law Firm’s Financial Health in 2019: Four Areas to Focus Your Spring Cleaning

Optimizing Your Law Firm’s Financial Health in 2019: Four Areas to Focus Your Spring Cleaning

Fingerprints are unique. No two snowflakes are alike. And each law firm has its own personality. Whether small or large, local, national, or international in scope, general service or specialized boutique, driven by profit or public service, each law firm has its own DNA. Though distinctive, many law firms share common characteristics. One shared by […]

To Speak Like the Best, You Need to Prep Like the Best

To Speak Like the Best, You Need to Prep Like the Best

I recently went to the Legal Marketing Association’s (LMA) educational program, “Training the Trainers for Public Speaking Success” to gain knowledge on the tools, tips and techniques for preparing lawyers to give a presentation—whether it be at a bar association meeting, conference, webinar or another event. Moderated by our own Traci Stuart, the panel included […]

What Is the Average Pay Raise?

What Is the Average Pay Raise?

When you employ law firm employees, the question often arises about what is the kind of raise employees should be given. Oftentimes, the question can arise at the end of the year because many employees expect yearly raises. The question of “what is the average raise?” is problematic. Law employees often have expectations. Many of […]

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