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- The Profession Needs to Do More to Help Our Members Suffering From Depression and Substance Abuse
- Metadata and Preservation of Client Confidences
- Avoiding the Adversarial/Difficult Client 
- Defining the ‘Practice of Law’ After ‘Matter of Brandes’
- The Proper Way to Endorse and Disburse a Proceeds Check Made Payable to a Client and Attorney
- Differing Interests, Conflicts & Waiver and Consent 101
- Advanced Legal Fees and Related Escrow Issues
- Alcohol Abuse by Lawyers Is a Major Problem in the Legal Profession
- Why Bother with Written Retainers?
- What to Do If You Have Been Charged with Cheating on the Bar Exam or Violating Other Rules of the New York Board of Law Examiners
- Notice to Lawyers Who Hold Escrow: Beware of Recent Bank Maintenance Fees
- Bars Rally Around Suspended Attorney
- APPLYING FOR THE BAR: PROVING YOURSELF TO THE COMMITTEES ON CHARACTER AND FITNESS
- APPLYING FOR THE BAR WITH A CRIMINAL RECORD
- SHAPING CLIENT EXPECTATIONS
- What to do when your adversary is a $#%&??
ARTICLES DISCLAIMERMany of the articles in our blog section (and elsewhere on this website) were orginally written many years ago for a column in a local bar journal. While they were written with tongue firmly in cheek, the basic lessons intended remain sound today. Please comment on them or ask me any questions privately.