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New Year’s resolutions are cliché. They are also largely ineffectual at changing unproductive behavior since they are often abandoned before Groundhog Day. Nonetheless, that does not stop people from making them and it should never be an excuse for not at least trying to improve one’s life. The need or even the obligation to replace bad habits with good ones is all the more necessary in the practice of law, especially in a high-volume, fast-paced practice like workers’ compensation.

In focusing on suggested resolutions for the practice of workers’ compensation, it quickly becomes apparent that some resolutions are timeless. While some of the suggestions here have been addressed in the past, they still pose the same challenges now as then, and bear repeating.

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