Tag Archives: Legal

Law Firm Social Media Strategy

I am speaking at the Iowa Bar Association’s Bridge the Gap seminar on May 9, 2013 on The Lessons I’ve Learned From Seven Years of Legal Blogging. I am excited about the presentation as it is the first time I’ve spoken on legal blogging for a couple of years. I’ve given numerous presentations about social … Continue Reading

Business Purchase Offer: Time to Seek Legal Advice is Before Signing Offer

I am frequently involved with the purchase and/or sale of a business.  Often the purchaser discovers the business through a business broker.  In the Des Moines area, it seems as though several of the business brokers convince prospective buyers to make an offer before seeking legal advice or reviewing the basic terms before the offer is signed. (i.e. price, financing terms, … Continue Reading

Ain’t No Man Alive Worth $50.00 Per Hour

In the last blog post I picked on college football coaches and their exorborant salaries.  But its probably not fair to pick on college coaches alone. The Philadelphia Litigation Blog discusses how lawyers at large Manhattan firms are now charging $1,000 per hour or more.  Superstar litigator, David Boies, sums it up pretty well: Frankly, … Continue Reading