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Why Mediation Works (99% of the Time)

By Thomas F. Maffei on December 7, 2016

As a mediator, I am not surprised by how much effort lawyers devote to picking the “right” mediator, even though... Read More »

Lawyers in the United States Should Pay Attention to the Panama Papers

By on April 6, 2016

The Panamanian law firm that was the source of the “Panama Papers” says it was hacked, exposing its clients’ personal... Read More »

Is Your LinkedIn Profile Violating Attorney Advertising Rules? Depends.

By Sherin and Lodgen on January 22, 2016

The vast majority of lawyers have a LinkedIn page. Or if they don't, their marketing department will make them create... Read More »

Rhode Island Legal Malpractice Decision Offers Guidance to Trust and Estate Attorneys

By Christopher R. Blazejewski on January 21, 2016

The Rhode Island Supreme Court recently issued a significant decision providing clearer guidance on the duties owed by trust and... Read More »

Email Pitfalls in Business Transactions

By Jessica Gray Kelly on October 13, 2015

The benefits of email communication are numerous: Emails are sent and received instantaneously. They can be read and responded to on... Read More »

Get Ready for New Technology Rules in the Revised MA Rules of Professional Conduct

By Sherin and Lodgen on June 24, 2015

It would be a nightmare for any lawyer to find that someone had hacked into their firm’s computer network and... Read More »

How to Avoid a Fee Dispute with Your Client

By Jessica Gray Kelly on March 9, 2015

Fee disputes with clients are a litigation hotbed as well as a significant source of complaints to the Board of... Read More »

NH Begins To Articulate The Scope Of “In-House Privilege”

By Sherin and Lodgen on February 12, 2015

In 2013, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court gave Massachusetts law firms a clear set of rules for conducting privileged communications... Read More »

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