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Practice of Law

Looking Good in Print

by Alexa Drago on September 6, 2019

By: Michael L. Goldblatt   Originally Published on Blumberg Blog on July 9, 2019 Printed with the permission of www.Blumberg.com/blog and BlumbergExcelsior, Inc.   Typography is the style and appearance of words on paper, computer screens, and other media. It has evolved from primitive drawings on cave walls in ancient times to stunning websites in […]

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The Federal Court Unbundling Road Show is kicking off September 24th! Join us from noon to 1:15 pm at Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, LLP (Denver) to discuss the rules, gain practical tips, and ethical considerations for unbundled services at the U.S District Court of Colorado.  RSVP today!

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What Every Lawyer Needs to Know About Disaster Avoidance and Recovery Planning Presented by Jeff Schoenberger The only thing scary about this subject is not having a plan at all. Losing client data can cripple your firm and lead to malpractice claims, among other unpleasant things. This seminar will describe the elements your plan requires […]

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Writing to Win Clients

by Alexa Drago on June 4, 2019

              By: Michael Goldblatt   Printed with the permission of www.Blumberg.com/blog BlumbergExcelsior, Inc.   Originally Published on Blumberg Blog on March 12, 2019.   About 120 years ago, novelist Emile Zola submitted an article to a Paris daily newspaper about the miscarriage of justice in a criminal case. The […]

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By Debbie Foster, Partner, Affinity Consulting Group Change stinks – especially change for the sake of changing. But, if you could change the way leaders lead and the outcome of that transformed leadership was unprecedented success and well-being, not only in your business but also in your life and the lives of those around you, […]

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COBAR has updated its online attorney directory, formerly known as Find A Lawyer, to LicensedLawyer with upgraded search technology to further enhance the ability to connect members with prospective clients.   Similar to Find A Lawyer, which consistently ranked as one of the most visited sections of the COBAR website, Licensed Lawyer allows prospective clients […]

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“Yes, And…”

by Alexa Drago on November 5, 2018

Written by: Alex Palzewicz   Picture yourself 20 years ago. The year was 1998… Google was founded, mobile phones were huge (with respect to today’s smart phones), and Microsoft became the biggest company in the world. Immense year for change in the legal profession, no doubt. But there was also something else that took America […]

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By Michael Blasie Think. Good legal writing is not about following rules. Good legal writing is good judgment. Test and improve your judgment with two guidelines. Have A Good Reason For Everything You Write. Many attorneys stop thinking about writing after a few years. They form habits. They think they know what certain briefs should […]

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By Doug Striker Let’s say you’re looking for a lawyer to handle a rather complicated family matter. A friend recommends a lawyer whom he says is a legal genius, who works hard for his clients, knows the law inside and out, has a knack for finding legal loopholes, never loses a case, digs hard to […]

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By Doug Striker I was watching a commercial for an SUV the other day and laughed out loud at all the imagery they used to describe the vehicle’s capabilities: luxurious-looking date nights, kids hauling stinky sports gear, babies safely tucked away like chrysalises, and supremely messy, dangerous, off-road adventures. Will a family of 5 ever […]

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