Why 'Sticking To One Thing' Can Be Strategic And Lucrative for Midsize Law Firms

Midsize firms generally didn't hit it out of the park in 2020. But some, which are known for a specific practice, performed quite well.

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Turner Padget's Growth Shows How 'Business of Law Is Evolving' In The Southeast

The South Carolina-born firm has expanded into Georgia, and created alliances North Carolina and Florida.

Law Firm Management

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Who Got The Work: A Contentious Property Sale, Claims of Illegal Lobbying and Yet Another Cyber Hack

After residents of Orange County, California protested the $13,000 sale of public park land, the buyer’s attorney, Rutan & Tucker partner A. Patrick Muñoz, threatened to pursue litigation over his client’s canceled purchase, according to Muñoz's July 8 cease-and-desist letter to the county board of supervisors. In a July 14 mailed response, county officials indicated they “will not be taking any action related to the subject property.”

Law Firm Client Relationships

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