Friending a Represented Opposing Party
August 3, 2018
Some time ago, in a blog far, far away, we explored the topic of social media and discovery. In particular, we had concluded that it…more
Could New Advertising Rules be on the Horizon?
June 29, 2018
Have you ever been confounded by the complexity of the advertising rules, especially with respect to direct mail/email communications? When must you use a disclaimer…more
Choose to Light Lamps
January 31, 2018
I recently attended a funeral for a friend’s mother, and was moved by the service and the remarks made about this wonderful woman. I learned…more
The Law Trumps a Client’s Directive for Payment
January 4, 2018
Suppose you are a personal injury attorney. The client has agreed to the settlement and when it comes time to go over the settlement disbursement…more
Empathy Is at the Core of What We Do
October 10, 2017
Attorney at Law Magazine featured Deanna and Doug Brocker as Attorneys of the Month in the October edition. Read the article below or click here…more
Attorney Referrals: Any Ethics Issues?
October 6, 2017
Attorneys are often called upon to refer clients or potential clients to other lawyers. Maybe you do not feel comfortable handling the practice area in…more
When “Good Enough” is Not Good Enough
July 26, 2017
Lawyers often come to us with funds in their trust account that they can’t identify. Perhaps they hire an accountant or CPA to try to…more
Is a Change in Legal Advertising On the Way?
May 12, 2017
A new ethics opinion, 2017 FEO 3, has now been published on this issue. For the public, finding a lawyer is just a click away….more
The Rule or the Ethics Opinion: What Happens When They Differ?
March 14, 2017
The Rules of Professional Conduct set forth the duties owed by lawyers to clients and others, and provide a framework to which lawyers must adhere. The Rules…more