News & Publications

10 Oct

What Was He Thinking?

Practice Management

The best trial lawyers and negotiators are those who can pick up and play to the emotions of the people they are dealing with. But in order to successfully do so, you first have to correctly recognize the emotions those people are experiencing. One of the most interesting things I’ve read lately is a fascinating

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01 Oct

Free Paperless Office Webinar

Practice Management

We had a sellout crowd last week for our Tech Tuesday Paperless Office and E-filing training program. Steve Best of Affinity Consulting and Jody Stewart and Jason Hodges from the Administrative Office of Courts put on a great program especially designed to help lawyers better adapt their offices to the realities of paperless files and

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18 Sep

E-filing Giving You Fits? We’ve Got Help!

Practice Management

Unfortunately, e-filing is now mandatory and there’s no going back. If you are struggling to develop the skills and procedures needed to implement e-filing in your office, or if you want to improve your existing technology skills, we can help. Next Tuesday morning, September 24th, at 8:00 am the Alabama State Bar will present a

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17 Sep

I’m sorry, you’re breaking up!

Practice Management

As lawyers – like the rest of the general public – have come to rely more and more on mobile phones to communicate, we frequently find ourselves either being unable to hear someone who is calling us or, worse, being told that we can’t be heard or understood. If you constantly use your mobile phone

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13 Sep

The Deadline is Approaching – Are You Ready?

Practice Management

Regardless of your feelings about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, a/k/a Obamacare, its provisions are slowly but surely being implemented and there is an approaching deadline that law firms need to know about. Under the provisions of the ACA many employers are required to notify their employees by October 1, 2013 about the

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13 Sep

Statewide Pro Bono Week Activities Include A “Poverty Simulation” For Lawyers To Experience Firsthand What It Is Like To Be Poor

Press Releases

Montgomery, Ala., September 13, 2013 – This year’s Alabama State Bar Pro Bono Week activities, held in conjunction with the nationwide observance October 20-26, will focus on what it is like to walk in the shoes of low-income Alabama citizens who face numerous civil legal problems. These problems involve essential human needs such as, protection

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