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  • Should You Close Your Foreign Bank Account
    Wouldn’t it be nice if we lived in a fair world? Wouldn’t it be nice if the IRS gave the little guy a break? Unfortunately, that’s just not the way it is. The news is littered with casualties of the IRS’ aggressive stance on taxpayers who don’t come clean.
    By Lance Wallach
  • Manual Door Closers - Do You Have an Open and Shut Case?
    I am offering this article for general information to assist attorneys in determining potential issues relating to manual door closer mechanisms. Manual door closers are ubiquitous. We take advantage of their service on a daily basis without usually noticing that they are in place or that they are doing their job correctly. It is when something is seriously wrong with these closers that they become blatantly noticeable and potentially dangerous. Why can door closers cause injuries?
    By Michael Panish, Expert Witness & Consultant
  • When Custody Disputes Go Global
    New Jersey Law Journal, August 7, 2000 The rapid globalization of the world economy has facilitated massive migration among nations. This flux has produced an ever-increasing number of marriages among people from different countries. One of the resulting corollaries is the transformation of otherwise simple custody disputes into jurisdictionally complex international quagmires.
    By Abed Awad, Esq. & Robert Popescu, Esq.

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  • Drive Visitors to your Web Site with Google Adwords
    Imagine being able to inform a prospect about your services precisely when they are looking for a service provider like you. Add a success-based pricing model to this dream, where you only pay for an ad when someone clicks on it to visit your web site, and you've got a perfect lead generation system in place.
    By Margaret Grisdela
  • ROI: Determining How Your Marketing Measures Up
    By temperament and by habit, attorneys tend to be a detailed, meticulous lot. Most understand that “proof,” data, substantiation etc. is not only required when building a case for a client, but for any business related decision as well. Thus, the inability to measure the inexact science of marketing has traditionally been a source of frustration for many attorneys and their firms.
    By Les Altenberg, President, A.L.T. Legal Professionals Marketing Group
  • Law Firm Strategy
    A couple of years back I was invited to author a brief, highly pragmatic and regular 250-word snippet for the ABA’s Law Practice Magazine addressing the strategic issues that law firms face on a continuing basis.
    By Patrick J. McKenna