Monthly Archives: May 2014

LPR’s 100th Post – Dedicated to Dr. Maya Angelou

This is LPR’s 100th post, and we want to thank everyone who follows our blog.  We thought it fitting that we honor the late Maya Angelou at this milestone, given her recent passing. Dr. Angelou was a larger-than-life human being, … Continue reading

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Memorial Day Gratitude

We at LPR morn those who perished while serving in our country’s military.  We are so grateful for their service. LPR will be closed on Monday in observance of this national holiday.

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Can Visual Law Services Lower Fees?

Legal research can be a time-consuming and thus expensive part of a legal matter. When one brings a legal matter to an attorney, often the attorney will need to research the relevant law, which can be evolving or changing, and can influence … Continue reading

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What Legal Consumers Can Learn From Apple

A jury recently awarded Apple just shy of $120 million in its latest patent infringement lawsuit against Samsung.  In the first lawsuit, Apple was awarded $1.1 billion.  But as Jay Yarow of the Business Insider implies in his article, Samsung’s Lawyer Absolutely … Continue reading

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It’s Not Just The Lawyers And Judges . . .

When we blog about the legal system needing reform, we tend to focus on issues involving lawyers and judges, but the whole system needs reform.  Illustrating this is the revocation of a New Jersey psychologist’s license after being found to have influenced … Continue reading

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