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An Ace In The Hole

An Ace In The Hole

For Colin Walshok, Passion, Discipline, Preparation and Practice Learned On The Course Also Prove To Be a Winning Strategy For Clients. For San Diego born and raised Colin Walshok, the keys to success as an attorney have proven to parallel many of the strategies he first learned on the golf course. In fact, even his […]

Attorney Gambles Chasing Fees and Loses Big

Attorney Gambles Chasing Fees and Loses Big

As lawyers often advise their clients, any litigation involves some element of risk, and “there is no such thing as a slam dunk.” A recent California case illustrates that when attorney fees are on the line, the stakes are increased and litigants—and their counsel—need to evaluate carefully the risks before going all-in. In  Nemecek & […]

Reducing Electronic Discovery Costs and Risks Through Litigation Readiness

Reducing Electronic Discovery Costs and Risks Through Litigation Readiness

Recent court decisions imposing sanctions and holding both in-house

How to Double Your Productivity in 30 Days

How to Double Your Productivity in 30 Days

In reality, we all possess the tools we need to double (and in many cases even triple) our productivity. The secret is focus. I’m not taking about listen-to-your-wife-while-you-watch-the-basketball-game focus. I’m talking about focus on one task and one task only to the point of excluding everything and everyone else. And I’m talking about that kind of […]

Selecting the Right Mediator for Your Dispute

Selecting the Right Mediator for Your Dispute

What should you consider when selecting a mediator? This article addresses the salient factors that will enhance the likelihood of a successful mediation. Timing. When is a dispute ripe for a productive mediation? Generally speaking, it is when the parties possess enough information to intelligently discuss liability, causation, and damages. Once the dispute evolves to […]

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