Small-firm practice is especially prone to wide fluctuations in workload. Some weeks you’re in the office until 2 a.m. every night, other weeks you’re watching the fall colors change on WA Frost’s patio at 4 in the afternoon. It’s those slow weeks that allow you to sit back, relax, and spend time with what’s really […]
The ABA Ethics Commission 20/20 recently met to discuss a package of proposals that are likely to affect small and solo law firms. At the end of last year and earlier this year, the commission issued a series of papers that address the impact of technology and globalization on the practice of law.
Solos and small firms looking for ways to attract new customers and stabilize their income should consider an increasingly popular option: portfolio billing. Portfolio billing is an arrangement where a law firm takes on all the legal work ...
Solo and small-firm lawyers often hear how important marketing is to their success. But they often don’t spend enough time evaluating the outcomes of their marketing efforts. To save time and money on fruitless efforts ...
Ready for an e-discovery challenge? Earlier this year, Austin, Texas trial lawyer and technologist Craig Ball threw down the gauntlet with E-Discovery for Everybody: the EDna Challenge.
- NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics – Attorney misconduct: Opinion 22-164
- NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics – Independently written bench book: Opinion 22-163
- Fourth Department – Suppression: People v. Saeli
- Second Circuit – RICO: Horn v. Medical Marijuana Inc.
- NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics – Uncompensated interview: Opinion 22-159
- NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics – Uncompensated guest speaker: Opinion 22-158
- Fourth Department – Negligent performance: Rosenthal v. Syracuse University, et al.
- Second Circuit – Visual Artists Rights Act: Kerson v. Vermont Law School Inc.
- NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics – Former foreclosure referee: Opinion 22-157
- NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics – College honorarium: Opinion 22-156
- Second Circuit – Reasonable accommodation: Tafolla v. Heilig
- Fourth Department – Labor Law: Primisch v. Peroxychem LLC
- Appeals court upholds Supreme Court ruling
- Assistant district attorney appointed City Court judge by Rochester mayor
- Murder conviction affirmed despite trial judge error
- NY appeals court upholds conviction in burglary case
- Federal lawsuit reinstated against jail officer over strip search, delayed release
- Hyzon to pay $25M penalty to settle alleged fraud charges by SEC
- NY appeals court reinstates lawsuit over contract to remove snow
- Fourth Department affirms $400K judgment in contract dispute