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By: Dolores Obrien - 30 January 2019 - 0 Comments

Kickstarting a pattern of growth for your law firm, and then keeping that growth sustainable for a number of years, isn’t easy. It’s time-consuming and difficult. The trials and tribulations of the path set [...]

Economic Analysis Of The Law In 2018
By: Dolores Obrien - 29 November 2018 - 0 Comments

There are a number of disputes in contemporary times that form the basis of a number of profound arguments: is the law more important than the economy, or vice versa? Should the law only [...]

Will Incentives Make Your Employees Work Harder?
By: Dolores Obrien - 16 October 2018 - 0 Comments

We’ve all been led to believe that incentives work. You pay your people more or provide them with commission-based bonuses, and they’ll work harder. Right? That’s what we’ve heard all our lives, and we’ve [...]

By: Dolores Obrien - 25 September 2018 - 0 Comments

We all take in information differently. Some of us are visual, some of us are auditory and some of it need a combination of both. We have repeatedly discussed the benefits of writing long-form [...]

By: Dolores Obrien - 20 August 2018 - 0 Comments

Seems you can always count on a Clinton to make headlines over the last 25 years. And more often than not, it’s not in a good way. Seems that whether it was the string [...]

Paying For Criminal Defense – Ethics
By: Dolores Obrien - 06 July 2018 - 0 Comments

NSTexas, a criminal defense law firm in Odessa, Texas, is one of the many criminal defense law firms that have a hard time finding clients that can afford their services, leading many residents of [...]

By: Dolores Obrien - 25 June 2018 - 0 Comments

Most people are aware that an attorney’s fee can be awfully pricey. Top attorneys can make thousands of dollars per hour. However, where do these seemingly arbitrary prices come from? Well, there are a [...]

Economics and Gun Violence: Their Relationship
By: Dolores Obrien - 22 May 2018 - 0 Comments

After the mass shooting in Las Vegas earlier this year, Aimee Picchi, an anchor on CBS’s Moneywatch reported the following: “Gun violence in the U.S. also has an enormous financial cost, rippling through the [...]

Quid Pro Quo?
By: Dolores Obrien - 18 April 2018 - 0 Comments

The Latin phrase “quid pro quo” translates to the phrase “this or that”. This is usually used in many areas of law (sexual harassment, divorce mediation, etc) but did you know that it could be [...]

What Are The Best Methods To Market Your Law Firm?
By: - 27 August 2017 - 0 Comments

If your law firm is one that caters to private consumers in San Antonio, Texas, you’re unlikely to land steady clients that provide the bulk of your work. That might happen if you deal [...]