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Part 2 – Care and Feeding of Counsel

Posted below is Part 2 of my ruminations on selecting and managing labor counsel.  I prepared Part 1, the first 10 points,  after sharing my Las Vegas partner, Mark Ricciardi’s multi-part series on selecting employment counsel.  It is our hope that … Continue reading

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The Care and Feeding Of Counsel

My Las Vegas partner, Mark Ricciardi, recently posted the Fourth Part of his Blog on “Ten Reasons to Find a New Labor Employment Attorney.” I respect Mark’s opinions because he maintains some of our most enthusiastic clients. Over the next … Continue reading

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