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STREET JUSTICE

From the Streets to the Courtroom, this Attorney Brings Genuine Results in Personal Injury “We’re a genuine group of attorneys and staff who really want to help people. That’s what we do. That’s all we do. And the key word there is genuine,” says Brent A. Duque, Esq., founder of the Law Offices of Brent […]

12 Productivity Tips When Working from Home

As I write this, many law firms are shutting down their physical offices and having professional staff work from home. While most of us have worked from home before, often late at night or on a weekend, many professionals had not worked full time from a home office for an extended period. I’ve been a […]

Managing Remote Employees During the Coronavirus Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic had led employers around the country to move employees to remote work, where that is possible. In the highly regulated California workplace, that trend raises several significant questions and possible pitfalls for employers. Meal and Rest Breaks Unlike offices, homes do not have time-tracking systems and unless your time-tracking is maintained online, […]

Continuity of Care: Reassuring Clients You’re Prepared for COVID-19

The coronavirus outbreak has affected law firms around the country to varying degrees. In cities where the virus is more prevalent, firms have closed offices, asked employees to work from home, and some courts have curtailed caseloads and services. For clients who may already be anxious about their legal matters, this looks like barely controlled […]

Treat Your Credibility as Central, Not Peripheral

The lawyer preparing their case likely goes through a long list of, “What will they think about …” questions, relating to the facts, the evidence, the arguments, and the law. Eventually, that attorney might get to the question, “And what will they think about me?” Or, maybe not. I think attorneys tend to think of […]

Value/Price Equation Drives Hiring Decision, Client Loyalty

How much can you charge your clients? You probably know lawyers who charge a fortune for their services and their clients happily pay it. At the same time, you probably know lawyers who have to fight for every dollar they earn. What is the difference between these lawyers? Often, it comes down to the value/price […]

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