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Richard Granat continues mission of helping lawyers productize legal services with new blog “This year looks like it is the year that everyone is discussing the productization of legal services, an area that I have been involved in for more than two decades, so I decided I had something to say about the subject.” Richard Granat had his eLawyering blog back in 2008—but has been interested in law products since 1995 when the Internet began…
For now, California employers are beholden to state and local COVID-19 requirements as well as Cal/OSHA’s infamous COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS). The ETS are set to expire on January 14, 2022. However, Cal/OSHA has recently released a draft of a semi-permanent standard for COVID-19. The current proposal would create a COVID-19 standard that would be subject to renewal or expiration after two years. Here are the key differences between the proposed standard and…
On September 17, 2021, the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health issued a new Public Health Order, effective at midnight on October 7, 2021, and continuing until further notice. The Health Order emphasizes that “[t]he best way to reduce the current level of community transmission and to prevent future surges is for everyone who is eligible, including those who have recovered from a COVID-19 infection, to get fully vaccinated as soon as…
A few years ago, I was asked the question, “What is relationship marketing, and where do you start when you want to build your business?” Since we’re in a relationship business [spoiler alert], I’d hope that most lawyers reading this would be comfortable with the idea of engaging in relationship marketing, and how to translate that into business for your practice. But in case you’re not (or in case you want to put a more…