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A Heavy Hitter in Plaintiff Law.

A Heavy Hitter in Plaintiff Law.

Finding Success One “Right Thing” at a Time Doing the right thing—whether at the office, in the courtroom, and especially at home—builds credibility. “Credibility is essential in advocacy. A reputation for integrity takes a lifetime to build and only a second to lose,” says Bibianne “Bibi” Fell, founder of Fell Law, PC. Fell, who opened […]

Podcasts Take Professional Marketing by Storm

Podcasts Take Professional Marketing by Storm

The Facts About Podcasting Podcasts have become more popular than watching videos, reading electronic newsletters, and viewing television. For many professionals, they are used as a successful marketing and business development tool. Professionals in every area of business now use podcasts to connect with a broader audience. There are many genres for podcasts; everything from […]

13 Best Practices for Attending Conferences

13 Best Practices for Attending Conferences

It’s the beginning of 2020 and time to start planning your schedule of conferences and networking opportunities! Even when you’re an old hand at attending events, we can always use a refresher on tips for attending events and how to make the most of the networking opportunities they present. Here are some quick tips for […]

Ten Considerations for Performance-Based Compensation

Ten Considerations for Performance-Based Compensation

With the dawn of the new year, many companies are taking the initial steps that they hope will allow them to meet their financial and strategic goals in 2020 and beyond. Often, one core element of this process is designing a system of performance awards that will be granted to the executive team, with the […]

Can Lawyers Be Required to Give Advance Notice Before Departing? Perhaps Not, Says American Bar Association

Can Lawyers Be Required to Give Advance Notice Before Departing? Perhaps Not, Says American Bar Association

As readers know, corporate executives (and regular employees) are often subject to non-competes in their employment agreements, as well as other provisions designed to ensure that if they leave their job, they will not be able to work for a competitor for some period of time. By contrast, law firms are ethically prohibited from imposing […]

Collection Problem? No. Sales Problem

Collection Problem? No. Sales Problem

“The sale isn’t complete until the last dollar is collected.”  This wisdom is imparted to all new salespeople on Day One of their selling career. If you struggle to collect what you bill, you have a sales problem. The collection problem is merely a symptom, and a consequence, of the underlying sales problem. When you […]

Never Let a Client Go to Bed Angry

Never Let a Client Go to Bed Angry

Lots of marriage therapists tell married couples never to let their spouse go to bed angry. If there is a dispute or marital discord, many therapists tell couples to resolve it before they go to bed. Otherwise, the view is that anger is left unresolved. When anger is left unresolved, it can result in resentment. […]

Community News – February 2020

Community News – February 2020

Reuben Camper Cahn, partner at Keller/Anderle LLP, a nationally recognized bet-the-company business litigation firm based in Irvine, has been selected as a Fellow of the elite Litigation Counsel of America. The Litigation Counsel of America is an invitation-only trial lawyer honorary society composed of less than one-half of one percent (<0.5%) of American lawyers. Fellows […]

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