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To lead or to manage By Maximilian M. Prusak Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, January 2007 If your office is not acting as a team working for the same goal, try a little less management and a little more leadership.
Backing up-The easy way By Maximilian M. Prusak Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, June 2005 For people who have been around computers for a significant period of time, there is no need to explain the necessity of backing up data.
A moving experience By Maximilian M. Prusak Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, June 2004 Recently, our firm, consisting of four attorneys, two paralegals, three secretaries, a bookkeeper and a file clerk, had to find a new "home."
Useful ideas for spreadsheets By Maximilian M. Prusak Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, September 2003 Most law offices have spreadsheet programs that remain largely unused by lawyers. In our office, we have Microsoft Office on each computer, which includes Excel.
Out of control By Maximilian M. Prusak Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, October 2002 Has your practice ever been "out of control"? Have you become a "crisis manager"? Has your spouse told you that your work life is out of balance? If so, read on.
Oh where, oh where has my back up gone? By Maximilian M. Prusak Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, January 2002 Have you ever sung the Back Up Blues? If you haven't, you will be probably feel quite content and a bit overconfident.
Paralegal assistants in a trial practice By Maximilian M. Prusak Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, October 2000 The practice of law has changed over the past 25 years. Words similar to these have been uttered by attorneys many times.
Legal forms for the consumer—challenge to the lawyer? By Maximilian M. Prusak Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, November 1999 Recently, a client came into my office and told me that he had a health care power of attorney form and a living will form on his computer. He was going to print off a copy of each but decided to ask me my opinion before he did that.

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