Generational Differences

I purchased a “new” used car last week from a college student who wanted to “downsize” his vehicle.  This was my first purchase of an automobile from an individual.  He was well organized with his “Bill of Sale” and all other proper...

Planning

Yesterday I participated in the SLA Legal Division conference call.  I am a board member and will be responsible for helping plan the Legal Division programs for 2010. This along with other conversations I have had recently caused me to reflect upon the importance of...

Reinventing the Wheel

Social networks are prolific.  I don’t even know how many are out there right now.  Today I received an invitation to build a professional profile at Brightfuse.com.  I already use Linked-In.  Do I really need yet another site to broaden my network? Sure...

Kudos to Katie

A cat that bunked in my abode for a bit has hit the web big time.  Katie is the “Law Cat of the Week” at Ross-Blakely Law Library.

Due Diligence

Why should attorneys or CEO’s conduct due diligence?  It’s not just because they have to, it’s because business and litigation are the last place you want to experience surprise. Due diligence can cover a wide variety of topics.  Can your client pay...