When you find yourself in a hole and you want to get out, as the saying goes, the first rule is to stop digging. Nowhere is this more true than in digging out of an altogether too common hole among law firms today: reducing attorney and staff turnover. Employee turnover is expensive, disruptive to workflow, frustrating to clients and damaging to team morale. Not to mention soul-sucking when you have to sit through hour after hour of terrible interviews seeking gamely to replace the person who just left with someone – you are getting the sinking feeling – who won’t be quite as good.
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*Republished from the North Carolina State Bar Journal Fall 2023 issue. On June 14, 2023, the North Carolina Supreme Court approved the State Bar’s proposed changes to the rules of the …
A quick glimpse at the steps to take for e-discovery in your litigation case.