By Erin Giglia The New Year is often a time of reflection, and I can’t help thinking about Montage in 2009, when Laurie and I were juggling … [Read more...] about Eight Years Later: Have Freelance Attorneys Changed?
Questions regarding the ethical “duty of competence” can arise when law firms outsource legal work to freelance/contract attorneys. Section 6067 of … [Read more...] about Freelance Legal Ethics: Duty of Competence
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By Lisa Dubrow By monitoring social media, an employer can learn that its employees are posting negative comments about the company. I often get … [Read more...] about Why Should Companies Have Social Media Policies?
by Kandy Williams The ABA Commission on the Future of Legal Services recently completed its two-year inquiry into the delivery of legal services … [Read more...] about Is the Legal Profession on The Cusp of Uber-Like Disruption? The ABA Commission’s Report on The Future of Legal Services in The U.S.