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The Importance of Simplicity (Part 1)

The facts underlying many disputes can be very simple. Others may be more complicated. In either case, when preparing a pleading, motion papers, or testimony for a court proceeding, the goal for the attorney and the client should be to … Continue reading

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Don’t Let Your Social Media Posts Become a Liability

Just as text messaging and email have allowed us to communicate with each other in real time, social media has allowed us to interact with people we don’t really know; or know at all.

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Where You Would Least Expect to See Your Emails & Texts: In Court!

As most of us have become very adept at using email, text, and social media, our lives have sped up. It has become possible for us to instantly connect with one another, feasible to complete transactions with a swipe or … Continue reading

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Must I Go To Court?

{5:20 minutes to read} Clients often ask whether or not they must go to court. As in many areas, there is a simple answer and a not-so-simple answer. The simple answer is: if you were named as a defendant in … Continue reading

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Life As An Open Book

{2:45 minutes to read} Much has changed in the way we live and communicate. For many people, both in business and personally, that means emails and text messages have replaced carefully thought-out letters and memoranda. In business today, it is … Continue reading

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