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Ellen Freedman, Law Practice Manager at the Pennsylvania Bar Association, discusses all the factors to consider before you sue a client for unpaid fees.
Emergency planning is a professional obligation for all attorneys. This is particularly important for solo practitioners, as Ellen Freedman notes.
Don’t underestimate the value of emotional intelligence! Ellen Freedman with a note about just how important it is.
Robert H. Louis, Esq., of Saul Ewing LLP in Philadelphia, with a quick tip regarding retirement distributions.
William McKendree gives an overview of the APPRISE Program, and how it could be a valuable resource for you.
Kelly Menznao Fazzini of Hangley Aronchick Segal Pudlin & Schiller in Norristown reminds you to do your homework before meeting a client for the first time.
Eileen Murphy (Law Offices of Michael E. Fingerman PC, Philadelphia) suggests running support guidelines by hand prior to going to the conference.
Bill Mundy discusses when getting a certificate of merit is necessary in cases involving professional liability.
Bill Mundy from the West Conshohocken firm of Burns White explains the limitations of using a writ of summons to initiate litigation in Pennsylvania.
Richard Hunigman explains why you should always make sure your preliminary objections are properly verified.
Listen as West Chester solo practitioner Richard Hunigman discusses why it is important to add more to a complaint than is required under the Rules of Civil Procedure.