Though Your Claim Be But Little, It Is Fierce – and may be eligible for attorney fees !

Have a situation you think is not worth the cost of hiring an attorney? You may be surprised to find attorney fees are available.   I'm embarrassed to admit that several times throughout my time in school I did not pursue legal action because I was broke, even though I likely should have had would … Continue reading Though Your Claim Be But Little, It Is Fierce – and may be eligible for attorney fees !

Solo Doesn’t Mean Alone: Collaborating and Contracting as Millennial Entrepreneurs

~ Written by Mary Tongel ~ A week ago, the firm rolled out a new logo designed by Mike Cagle, a friend and legal colleague. To celebrate, fellow attorneys and collaborators gathered at Apex Bar in Portland to catch up over a few drinks and to celebrate the design. The main design. Generally speaking, small … Continue reading Solo Doesn’t Mean Alone: Collaborating and Contracting as Millennial Entrepreneurs

Barter for Your Thoughts?

~ Written by Erica J. Erwin ~ Recessions and other profession-shifting paradigms (technology, outsourcing, boom/bust) absolutely stink, so I'm obsessed with the idea of insulating my firm. In particular, bartering professional legal services for client services or stuff, without money as a middleman. Of course there are ethical implications of bartering for legal services. On a very … Continue reading Barter for Your Thoughts?

Law on a Budget: Cease and Desist Letters and Powers of Attorney

~ Written by Erica J. Erwin ~ Disclaimer: This Blog/Web Site is made available by the lawyer or law firm publisher for educational purposes only as well as to give you general information and a general understanding of the law, not to provide specific legal advice. By using this blog site you understand that there is … Continue reading Law on a Budget: Cease and Desist Letters and Powers of Attorney