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Triple Threat. Rizio Liberty Lipinsky

Triple Threat. Rizio Liberty Lipinsky

Consumer, Victim and Employee Attorneys Unite to Create Modern, Statewide Consumer Law Firm On the heels of U.S. News & World Report 2019 Best Law Firm Rankings for Rizio Law Firm in Riverside and Orange County, Liberty Law in Oakland and San Francisco, and Lipinsky Law in San Bernardino County, the firms’ respective founders announced […]

The Value of a STRONG NARRATIVE

The Value of a STRONG NARRATIVE

A Huge Win for a Respected Physician’s Breach of Fiduciary Duty, Constructive Fraud and Legal Malpractice Case Proves the Value of a Strong Narrative Strategy for Keller/Anderle LLP ” Trials are a matter of inches. Provided you develop and follow a strong narrative and don’t allow yourself or your team to deviate from that narrative, […]

The Golden Rules: A Primer on California’s New Professional Responsibility Rules

The Golden Rules: A Primer on California’s New Professional Responsibility Rules

California overhauled its Rules of Professional Conduct effective November 1, 2018. This article highlights some impactful revisions for commercial litigators. However, all California lawyers should familiarize themselves with the sixty-nine new and revised rules. The new rules affect all facets of practice—even at the client and business development phase. For example, Rule 1.18 imposes a […]

Imputed Disqualification: Challenges of Suing Former Clients

Imputed Disqualification: Challenges of Suing Former Clients

The case of RehabCare Group East, Inc. v. Village Health Care Management, LLC demonstrates the importance of thorough and vigorous conflict of interest checks by attorneys to avoid representation overlap. This case illustrated the dangers of suing a former client and led a U.S. district court to disqualify the law firm that had been representing […]

6 Reasons Why Content Is too Important for Lawyers to Write

6 Reasons Why Content Is too Important for Lawyers to Write

Content is about the music, not the words. That’s why it is too important to be written by lawyers and other professionals. It’s not that you don’t know your stuff; rather, it’s that you know it too well. As a result, few attorneys understand how to explain something simply in a blog, article or even […]

The Surprising Sentence That Keeps Prospects Reading (and Buying)

The Surprising Sentence That Keeps Prospects Reading (and Buying)

You spend time and resources writing a marketing piece. So why not make sure as many prospects as possible read it? Let me explain. You already know the importance of headlines in marketing materials. They act as attention tools for grabbing your readers’ eyes and guiding them to your copy. And although essential to every […]

NETWORKING Planning, Persistence, and Practice

NETWORKING Planning, Persistence, and Practice

Do not just attend an event—attend with purpose. To go with purpose means setting goals. Clearly, you want to enjoy your time, but you hope to have ROI too. Look ahead to see what you need to accomplish before, during, and after the event and determine if it is a worthwhile investment of your time, […]

Things Lawyers Do ...

Things Lawyers Do …

I just took my first long vacation in, well, pretty much ever. I’ve taken time off before of course, but this was my first two weeks out of the office in 25 years. And that includes two honeymoons, by the way. I spent those two weeks in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, the perfect place for me. […]

Expectations for Persuasive Female Litigators

Expectations for Persuasive Female Litigators

One way to stir up a controversy is to talk about the social expectations that apply to female litigators. The ABA Journal recently played host to that discussion after an article by Debra Cassens Weiss on showing anger in the courtroom quoted an essay in The Atlantic by former public defender and current law professor […]

A Hands-On Approach to Attorney Referrals

A Hands-On Approach to Attorney Referrals

A Successful Strategy for this Southern California Family Attorney There’s no better recognition of a firm’s commitment to taking care of clients than the referral by one’s friends, associates and even competitors in that field. The hands-on approach of Richard Sullivan, founder of Sullivan Law & Associates, has significantly helped increase his firm’s business through […]

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