A Specialized Personal Injury & Mass Tort Trial Firm. Getting Extraordinary Results for Ordinary People: Creating the Right Team to Take on Select Cases that Excite Attorneys, Right Wrongs and... 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... How to Find and Keep Talent in a Highly Competitive Market: One of the biggest problems companies face, in particular middle market companies, is a... Lessons Learned from Navy SEALs: I will admit it up front—I am in awe of Navy SEALs. My brother-in-law was a career... To Speak Like the Best, You Need to Prep Like the Best: I recently went to the Legal Marketing Association’s (LMA) educational program,... Overconfidence and Law Firm Decline: “Every institution is vulnerable, no matter how great. No matter how much you have... Making a Move with a Purpose: Three to five years into an associate’s legal career is the prime time for associates... Snap! And You Miss It: Snapchat and other photo-sharing apps have redefined how users and employees share... Nobody Wants a Debbie Downer During Initial Consultations: Initial consultations are an important part of most law firms. Potential clients meet... Community News – April 2019: Fifteen Wilson Turner Kosmo attorneys have been selected for inclusion on the San Diego...
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A Specialized Personal Injury & Mass Tort Trial Firm. Getting Extraordinary Results for Ordinary People

A Specialized Personal Injury & Mass Tort Trial Firm. Getting Extraordinary Results for Ordinary People

Creating the Right Team to Take on Select Cases that Excite Attorneys, Right Wrongs and Remake the Lives of Clients “I’ve always had an entrepreneurial spirit. I wanted to work with like-minded attorneys who truly wanted to help people that have been harmed. I wanted to take the cases I found inspiring. And I wanted […]

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 […]

How to Find and Keep Talent in a Highly Competitive Market

How to Find and Keep Talent in a Highly Competitive Market

One of the biggest problems companies face, in particular middle market companies, is a lack of available talent or a lack of the right talent to fill vacant roles. In fact, the National Center for the Middle Market has reported that 44% of middle market firms indicate that a top recruiting challenge is finding candidates […]

Lessons Learned from Navy SEALs

Lessons Learned from Navy SEALs

I will admit it up front—I am in awe of Navy SEALs. My brother-in-law was a career Naval officer and, once upon a time, my sister ran the officer’s club at the Naval Amphibious Base in Coronado, CA, home of the SEAL Command. Through them, I have met a number of SEALs, each as impressive […]

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 […]

Overconfidence and Law Firm Decline

Overconfidence and Law Firm Decline

“Every institution is vulnerable, no matter how great. No matter how much you have achieved, no matter how far you have gone, no matter how much power you’ve garnered, you are vulnerable to decline. There is no law of nature that the most powerful will inevitably remain at the top. Anyone can fall and most […]

Making a Move with a Purpose

Making a Move with a Purpose

Three to five years into an associate’s legal career is the prime time for associates to consider making lateral moves within the various legal markets. Most firms are looking at candidates at this experience level with very specific credentials and experience to fill precise needs. An amazing thing happens, however, once a candidate submits his […]

Snap! And You Miss It

Snap! And You Miss It

Snapchat and other photo-sharing apps have redefined how users and employees share information. Due to the ephemeral nature of Snapchat photos and videos, employers may face hurdles in identifying and investigating workplace misconduct. This article examines how employers can navigate employee issues in an era of “disappearing” social media. It is almost hard to imagine […]

Nobody Wants a Debbie Downer During Initial Consultations

Nobody Wants a Debbie Downer During Initial Consultations

Initial consultations are an important part of most law firms. Potential clients meet attorneys about their cases. They want an attorney who can help them achieve their goals. Most clients come in knowing generally what they want. Some attorneys, however, become naysayers who focus exclusively on worst case scenarios. They instantly become pessimistic about what […]

Playing the Ultimate Game of Chess

Playing the Ultimate Game of Chess

Putting All the Pieces Together Before Trial Brings Attorney and Client to “Checkmate.” “Trial work in our practice areas is very complicated and there are a million angles. The lawyers on the other side are very good, so the process is very much like a chess match. I truly love the mental challenge of figuring […]

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