A Voice of Reason: The Power of Touch

When your job involves developing innovative technology, it’s easy to get so wrapped up in figuring out what you are going to do next, how you are going to do it and when you can deliver it, that you forget about why you are doing it in the first place. As a Product Manager working on InterAction® customer relationship management software, I’ve have had the opportunity to spend the last year actively listening to our clients and have learned some invaluable lessons along the way.
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A Voice of Reason: 2,000 year old advice

According to Altman Weil’s 2018 Chief Legal Officer Survey, corporate legal departments are spending more on internal expenditures than on outside counsel for the first time in the history of this survey, with 48% allocated to in-house spend, 45% to outside counsel, and 6% to other non-law firm vendors.
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A Voice of Reason: The crush of COVID

I got into a car accident when I was 18. Driving home one night in my ‘83 Toyota Pickup at about 11 p.m., just blocks from my home, I saw the oncoming headlights of a car that had hit a puddle from that night’s rainfall. The lights swerved hard to the left. I braced myself […]
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A Voice of Reason: Robin Hood’s Lesson

In conclusion, the bottom line for an attorney in not giving out free legal advice is that if something goes wrong regarding the advice given or forms filled out there can be a malpractice suit. If there has been no fee received the attorney will have no way to settle the suit without putting him or herself in a monetary bind. Read and learn from free legal information; pay for legal advice when you are ready to proceed with your case.
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A Voice of Reason: Soaring Success

According to Altman Weil’s 2018 Chief Legal Officer Survey, corporate legal departments are spending more on internal expenditures than on outside counsel for the first time in the history of this survey, with 48% allocated to in-house spend, 45% to outside counsel, and 6% to other non-law firm vendors.
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