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Law Hub - Creating Good Content to Be Shared and Used

October 19, 2017     By PaperStreet Web Design
Good content wins new clients.  You need to become a thought leader in your practice niche to earn new clients online.  One way that lawyers can establish themselves as an authority on the web is through a “Law Hub,” a group of web content pages that exhaustively covers a specific topic or practice area.

Do Your Expert Witness Reports and Testimony Comply with 2015 Amendments to C.R.C.P. 26 and 37?

October 17, 2017     By Rocky Mountain Safety Consulting, Inc.
The employ of expert witnesses in litigation is typically undertaken to help the decider of fact (judge or jury) decipher an area of specialized knowledge which is key to the case. The expert report serves the primary purpose of “educating” deciders of fact on topics not commonly known to the general public.

401(k) Pension Litigation Draws Wins and Losses

September 29, 2017     By ERISA Benefits Consulting, Inc.
Lawsuits over 401(k) fees have increased since 2016, according to recent news reports. As a result of the claims alleged in these ERISA litigation matters,several retirement industry practices have come under scrutiny and criticism.

Underfunded Police Pensions Strain U.S. Cities

September 29, 2017     By ERISA Benefits Consulting, Inc.
The financial burdens presented by police pension plans are drawing national attention. Municipal retirement funds for police and firefighters have set aside only a median 71 cents for every dollar needed to cover future liabilities, according to a recent Wall Street Journal article titled “Police Pensions Put Cities in Bind.” Nationwide, police pension plans are reportedly underfunded by more than $80 billion.

Strong Thesis Leads to Clear-Cut Opinion in John Steinbeck Estate Trial

September 28, 2017     By Kathryn Arnold
Serving as an expert on the John Steinbeck Estate trial (Waverly Scott Kaffaga, as Executor of the Estate of Elaine Anderson Steinbeck, Plaintiff, vs. Thomas Steinbeck, Gail Knight Steinbeck and The Palladin Group, Inc. Case No. 14-CV-08699 TJH FFMx) this past year was both complicated and clear-cut.

Residential v. Commercial Fall Protect - Case Examples

September 25, 2017     By D.A. Doddridge & Associates, Inc.
Two serious construction accidents cause serious injury to construction workers. In one case, the worker was wearing a safety harness but was not "tied off", causing serious injury. In another case, the injury was caused because the worker WAS "tied off".

How Great Lawyers Can Use Videos and Social Media to Get Their Message Across In 30 Seconds Or Less: Part 1

September 23, 2017     By PaperStreet Web Design
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, LinkedIn and more...social media is now intertwined with people’s daily lives. In the first of this two part series, we’ll examine how lawyers can use social media to convey their message. With an in-depth explanation of how social media can be an asset to your business, you’ll see how you can use this rapidly growing platform to get the clients you need.

Legal Strategy: Tips in Producing Courtroom Videos

September 19, 2017     By Dubin Research Consulting
Simple tips on how you can produce effective courtroom videos that will be beneficial to your cases.

Understanding Deleted Files and What They Mean

September 4, 2017     By Trace Digital Forensics, LLC
Attorneys who need to read and understand reports by computer forensics professionals and/or who need to present recovered files as evidence should understand how files are stored on computers and mobile devices, what happens when they are deleted, how they can be recovered, and know the limits on file recovery.

Viral Videos Challenging the Enforcement of Copyrights

In an effort to move United States copyright law into the digital age, Congress passed the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) in 1998. The DMCA is the beginning of an ongoing effort to modernize the nation’s copyright law. In an ever-changing digital world, copyright law must continue to evolve with technology.

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