Ethics and the Attorney / Title AgentBy Michael J. RooneyMarch 2008Article, Page 132This author argues that attorneys can serve as title agents, provided they make necessary disclosures and get corresponding consents.
A solo's advice on going soloBy Helen W. GunnarssonMarch 2008Lawpulse, Page 118 A young sole practitioner's take on the perils and pleasures of hanging out your shingle.
Are e-mail disclaimers really necessary?By Helen W. GunnarssonFebruary 2008Lawpulse, Page 66They really are, some lawyers say. In fact, you should put them at the beginning, not the end, of your messages, other lawyers say.
Get it One Piece at a TimeBy Karen ErgerFebruary 2008Column, Page 100If you take away one small skill from the workplace every day, you can build a useful, satisfying career.
Helping Clients Who Face ForeclosureBy Helen W. GunnarssonFebruary 2008Article, Page 76Notice of foreclosure creates a personal crisis for your home-borrower clients. Here's how to counsel them.
Law Firm Marketing 101By G. M. FiliskoJanuary 2008Article, Page 20You didn’t go to law school to be a salesperson, but you still have to sell yourself to prospective clients. Here’s how.
Ain’t Wastin’ Time No MoreBy Karen ErgerDecember 2007Column, Page 660Ten time wasters that can cause your time “inventory” to shrink.
From Here to Retainer FeesBy Helen W. GunnarssonDecember 2007Article, Page 636Learn how to craft retainer agreements to define and clarify the scope of your engagement, why it’s important to collect fees up front, and more.
Initial consultations - satisfaction or your money back?By Helen W. GunnarssonAugust 2007Lawpulse, Page 398Should lawyers provide free consultations to prospective clients? Discounts to new clients? Refunds of a consult fee to clients who ask for one? ISBA lawyers offer their opinions.