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Inadvertent Disclosure of Privileged Information – Major Headache or Minor Hiccup? Part 2

Once you have navigated and closely followed the rules regarding how to handle inadvertent disclosure, a very important question remains: Does inadvertent disclosure destroy the…more

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Inadvertent Disclosure of Privileged Information: Major Headache or Minor Hiccup? (Part 1)

You are going through the discovery materials that opposing counsel sent you when you come across a document that is marked “Privileged.”  How do you…more

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Effectively Managing Online Client Reviews

I recently read a blog by AVVO’s General Counsel, Josh King, regarding online client reviews.  His article caught my attention because AVVO publishes online lawyer…more

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Make the Call…

I recently had an issue with a medical bill that was not being paid correctly.  After multiple calls to the insurance company and the medical…more

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Out with the Old, In with the New: Closed File Storage

Many people box up old files, put them in storage, and hope they never see them again.  Attorneys, however, should store client files in a…more

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