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12 O'clock High, a Podcast on Business Leadership-Branding Lessons from Count Dracula

by Thomas Fox on

Count Dracula is one of the four classic Universal Pictures movie monsters from the 1930s; including the Wolfman, the Mummy and Frankenstein’s Monster. What sets him apart from these other three? In particular what is the...more

I Know You Hate Keeping Time Sheets, but Even in the New Era You Must Still Do So and Here’s Why

by Jerome Kowalski on

Time sheets – the bane of lawyers everywhere – you can’t live with them and you can’t live without them. The endless debate continues as to whether in this era of AFA’s, fixed fees and the like, lawyers and law firm...more

Are you ready for Canada's new anti-spam legislation?

by Chris Bennett on

The Canadian federal government recently passed a new anti-spam law that is expected to take effect soon. The law is very broad and the penalties for non-compliance are very steep. Virtually every person and business in...more

Trending for Law Firms in 2012: What to Expect This Year

by Jerome Kowalski on

Here is the definitive list of items that will dominate the news for the legal profession for 2012. I am quite sure that we have been fairly thorough and inclusive. If you think we left anything off the list, please let...more

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