Posted on May 13, 2013 by Julie Brook, Esq.
Do you want to know the secret to making any legal writing stronger? Check out this video with specific tips for improving your next legal brief.
CEB has great On Demand programs to help you improve your legal writing, including Smith on Legal Writing and Myron Moskovitz on Winning Appeals and Writs. Check out these and all other CEB programs at ceb.com.
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Posted on July 6, 2012 by Julie Brook, Esq.
Don’t let yourself or your clients fall into the common employment traps for the unwary! Do you know that do’s and don’t's of hiring? What about common mistakes made in employee evaluations?
I had a great conversation with employment law expert and author Lori Ocheltree, a partner at Duane Morris in San Francisco, who shares her insights into some of the more risky areas of employment law.
In addition to Drafting Employment Documents for California Employers — an excellent, hands-on book — CEB is excited to have another new employment law title, Employment Damages and Remedies to help employment attorneys answer the key questions: What is that employment case worth? How much will it cost my client? And you can now get these books together with other CEB titles online in the Employment Law Library.
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Posted on May 25, 2012 by Julie Brook, Esq.
In this video, attorney and author Micha Liberty not only explains why client communications are so important, but also describes the most common errors attorneys make in client communications and how to avoid them.
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