With 2010 coming to a close, we ran the Sociable Lawyer through Wordle to see what words appeared on our blog most often in the past year.
Estate-planning attorney and guest blogger Steve Chambers discusses how Congressional inaction over the expiring Bush tax cuts creates uncertainty for estate planners with particularly stark consequences for the gift tax.
ABA Journal has released it’s Blawg 100 — the best legal blogs as selected by the Journal’s editors. Now, readers vote to determine the winning blawgs in each of twelve categories. We’ve selected our favorites below.
Attorney guest blogger Patrick D. Newton shares why he thinks a new estate tax is not forthcoming, and what to prepare for instead.
At Rocket Lawyer, we want to help you decode the recent (and potential) estate tax law changes, and how they will affect you and your family. With the current disappearance […]
Guest blogger Mike O’Horo writes how some of the benefits of Internet technology that make virtual law practices attractive — affordability, scalability, and convenience — enable a new model of business development training for lawyers: virtual sales simulation.
Groups can be a powerful tool for building relationships and increasing exposure to your content and law practice. The more regularly you participate, and the more valuable your insights, the more people will look to you as an expert and thought leader. This authority translates into client leads, content visits, and widespread adoration.