There has been some interest of late in debating whether older judges, especially those seniors that have passed age 80, are bad judges.  Much of the debate focuses on the… read more

In his Feb. 24, article, the Chris Mondics Law Review, addressing possible law firm bankruptcies, the author had the following paragraph: “Little more than a year ago, firms were hiring… read more

With profits per partner falling below $2 million, there is a renewed conversation about associate lockstep compensation. Legal affiliate The National Law Journal reported: Additionally, firms should move away from… read more

In these rather unpleasant times, some firms use the economy as a reason to “cull the herd.” This culling process can ensnare support staff, underachieving (lower billing rate) associates and… read more