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Count 1: Practicing law without a license

Dec. 8, 2017
By Stephen Allen Jamieson, Ralph Barat Saltsman, Stephen Warren Solomon

It took until autumn 2017 for the California attorney general to recognize that only a licensed attorney can lawfully represent another in an administrative hearing under the Administrative Procedure Act.

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Don't let conflicts of interest get you down

May. 5, 2017
By J. Randolph Evans, Shari Klevens

After working hard to bring in a new client or matter, the prospect of losing the client or matter because of conflicts is difficult for attorneys to swallow.


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More contract attorney complications

Dec. 2, 2016

Law firms should carefully consider whether their policies and procedures are sufficient to allow the firm to reap the benefits of contract attorneys while limiting the associated risks.

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Contract attorney complications

Nov. 11, 2016

It is becoming more common for law firms to use contract attorneys to assist with large projects or document reviews to help keep costs down.


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Ensure that your clients pay your fees

Nov. 4, 2016

After spending countless hours, months and even years working on a case, the last thing you want to worry about is not getting paid. By Lorraine M. Walsh