May 22, 2018

Abraham Lincoln Never Went to Law School

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Today's post comes from Leonard Jernigan at the Jernigan Law Firm. Abraham Lincoln Never Went to Law School I recently ran across a book entitled The Book of Lists written by David Wallechinsky, Irving Wallace, and Amy Wallace.  It was published by William Morrow and Company in 1977.  One list caught my attention in [...]

Jun 03, 2013

All This Tragedy Should Be A Catalyst For Change

By |June 3rd, 2013|centennial, explosion, fire, History, Uncategorized, Workers' Compensation, Workplace Safety|0 Comments

Today's post comes from guest author Edgar Romano from Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano.This has been a tragic week in our country. Monday’s Boston Marathon attack was followed by Wednesday’s massive blast at the West Fertilizer Company in Texas. As I write, the final death toll from the West Fertilizer Co. fire has [...]

Jul 05, 2012

Injured Worker Advocates – To End Like the American Indian?

By |July 5th, 2012|History, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Empire of the Summer Moon by S.C. Gynne In the New York Times bestseller, Empire of the Summer Moon, author S.C. Gynne writes in great detail about the last days of the Comanche Indians, who roamed the great plains from Mexico to North Dakota and who were the last holdouts against the white man’s overwhelming [...]

Apr 26, 2012

Professionalism: A Choice Between The Art of War and Aikido Principles

By |April 26th, 2012|History, Philosophy, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Lawyers are often engaged to resolve conflicts. Sometimes the conflicts are resolved peacefully and harmoniously in a win/win environment and other times the resolution comes out acrimoniously and bitterly in a win/lose scenario. The former outcome is always preferred, yet many of us unwittingly choose a method of professional behavior that drives us toward a [...]

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