Monthly Archives: September 2013

Is Your Lawyer Guilty Of “Punchbowling”?

On legalproductivity.com, in an August 19, 2013 post titled, The Worst Business Lawyer Habit: “Punchbowling,” author Mike Moore told the story of an in-house attorney who turned a simple two-page contract to engage outside counsel into “an 8 page single-spaced monstrosity.”  The in-house attorney’s … Continue reading

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Attorney Tip #4 – Help “Making Rain”

To further our mission of leveling the playing field between client and attorney, LPR is always on the lookout for media that can help attorneys better serve and communicate with their clients.  These “Attorney Tips” should also be considered by … Continue reading

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Alternatives Should Be Considered Before Litigation

So your lawyer recommends filing a lawsuit to resolve your issue.  The question you need to ask yourself and your lawyer is: Are there any alternatives to consider before resorting to litigation? To illustrate, imagine you own a home in … Continue reading

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New Resource On The Horizon For Legal Consumers

One of the realities for legal consumers has been the dearth of public information available to help them understand the law, their legal rights and responsibilities, and their lawyers.  Now the information age may finally be catching up. Enter Michael … Continue reading

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