Podcast: Demystifying legal tech trends

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New technology has the potential to help law firms manage many things, but how does one sift through all the options to find the best solutions? In this edition of Lunch Hour Legal Marketing from the Legal Talk Network, Gyi … Continue reading

Manafort’s lawyers back in court

Paul Manafort

Attorneys for former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort will be back in court, one week after he was found guilty on eight counts. Manafort faces a second trial in Washington, DC that’s set to start September 17. While Manafort awaits … Continue reading

Trump’s trouble with ‘flippers’

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President Trump doesn’t care much for so-called ‘flippers’ like his former attorney Michael Cohen. The president said “it almost ought to be illegal” for a person who’s accused of a crime to signal a willingness to help investigators. In an … Continue reading

What to look for in a criminal defense attorney

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What makes a good criminal defense attorney, and what qualities should you look for if you need to hire one? The Baltimore Post-Examiner has a list of qualifications potential clients should have in mind. It goes beyond an attorney’s win/loss … Continue reading

Ken Starr joins Lanier team

Mark Lanier

It’s a team-up you that might surprise you at first: National Trial Lawyers President Mark Lanier has hired former US Solicitor General, Federal Judge and Independent Counsel  Ken Starr as counsel to The Lanier Firm. But their story goes back … Continue reading

Why it’s so difficult for sexual harassment victims to win in court

In December, Time magazine’s Person of the Year went to “the silence breakers,” women who have spoken out about sexual harassment and ignited the #MeToo movement. However, as the Harvard Business Review notes, putting into place policies and procedures won’t … Continue reading

Federal lawsuit filed over right to read

The Constitution doesn’t guarantee a right to education. But that’s not stopping a group of Detroit students from filing a federal lawsuit against Michigan officials, claiming the state violated their right to learn how to read by not providing adequate … Continue reading

Webinar: Using YouTube to market your law firm

With more than one billion hours of video content consumed on YouTube every day, it’s been ranked as the world’s second largest search engine. In addition, 81% of marketers rank YouTube as one of the most valuable social media platforms … Continue reading

Podcast: What’s next for Bayer after Roundup verdict

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Bayer may be suffering from buyer’s remorse after buying Monsanto, the maker of Roundup, last year. A California jury has awarded $289 million dollars to a groundskeeper who blames Roundup for causing his cancer. Bayer’s stock dropped 10 percent after … Continue reading

Podcast: New tactics to improve client performance in the courtroom

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How a client acts in the courtroom can have a profound effect on the outcome, but convincing clients to behave can be quite a challenge. In this edition of the Legal Toolkit podcast from Legal Talk Network, host Jared Correia … Continue reading