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Patients Don’t Use Doctor’s Health Portals – And What That Means for Lawyers

December 12, 2018

A recent study by the University of Michigan found that 41 percent of those offered access to patient portal did not use it. Non-users tended to be male, 65 or older, on Medicaid or have less than a college education.  The reasons for non-portal use varied depending upon the demographic.  Medicaid and Medicare beneficiaries expressed…

Online Litigation Tips

February 23, 2005

Via Jim Calloway comes a link to  Dave Swanner’s guest post at Legal Underground entitled “Twelve Ways Technology Can Make You A Better Trial Lawyer.”  There’s some great advice here for both new and seasoned…

If We Can’t Beat Them, Let’s Compete With Them!

February 22, 2005

I’m never more mortified than when I see lawyers trying to shut down legal document preparation services like We the People which purportedly compete with lawyers – as the Illinois Bar is doing.  See Lawyers…

Is There A Malpractice Action a-Comin’?

February 22, 2005

Many attorneys who practice criminal law believe that their malpractice exposure is minimal.  After all, it’s hard to show that it’s more likely than not that a client would have avoided conviction but for the…

More on Going Solo After Law School

February 22, 2005

David Swanner,  a South Carolina  solo weighs in with some good advice about starting a practice out of law school over here at his web log, South Carolina Trial Law.  David knows about going solo…

Alabama Court Appointed Attorneys May Strike

February 22, 2005

We’ve already had a lengthy discussion over the reasonableness of $30-$40/hour court appointed rates back here. Now, there’s an interesting development relating to court appointed rates out of Alabama as reported in  Lawyers for Poor…

Should You Marry Your Law Partner?

February 22, 2005

Arnie Herz of Legal Sanity discusses what it’s like to work with a spouse and links to some other articles that discuss this issue.

Reid Blogs

February 22, 2005

My D.C. colleague and Law Practice Management Advisor, Reid Trautz recently started blogging at Reid My Blog.  As I can personally attest (having started my firm before Reid came on board with the D.C. Bar),…

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