The several risks of joint representationBy Helen W. GunnarssonMay 2005Lawpulse, Page 226What about representing both members of a couple on an estate plan? Two or more partners to a business deal? You can do it – sometimes – if you take the proper steps.
Is Your Law Practice ADA Compliant?By Helen W. GunnarssonApril 2005Article, Page 188Every private practice is a "public accommodation" under the ADA. Are you meeting your obligations to clients and others with disabilities?
Strengthening the Legal-Aid Safety NetBy Ole Bly Pace IIIMarch 2005Column, Page 108We need to find a way to serve the unmet legal needs of the poor without unfairly burdening solo and small-firm lawyers.
Burnout and the High Cost of TurnoverBy Paul SullivanAugust 2004Column, Page 431Does burnout have your best employees looking elsewhere? Learn the warning signs and find out how you can create a less stressful working environment.
The Client That Got AwayBy Karen ErgerAugust 2004Column, Page 433The statute of limitations is about to toll and your client is nowhere to be found. What to do? A new ISBA advisory opinion offers guidance.