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On the heels of my last post:
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"I’m looking at you, Fortune 1000 companies," Marquess wrote. "The ones who include OpenSSL in your firewall/appliance/cloud/financial/security products that you sell for profit, and/or who use it to secure your internal infrastructure and communications. The ones who don’t have to fund an in-house team of programmers to wrangle crypto code, and who then nag us for free consulting services when you can’t figure out how to use it. The ones who have never lifted a finger to contribute to the open source community that gave you this gift. You know who you are."
OpenBSD developers "removed half of the OpenSSL source tree in a week."
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Such great insight from one of our #SPU students on why he would but what he would do differently.  What about you?
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Can asking the client help with revamping your methodology in the office?  We think so.
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Attorneys have a variety of ways that they handle potentially undesirable clients. Here are 3 methods that I do NOT recommend using to decline the representation.
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Love #7: No matter how hungry you are, don't eat everything you are offered.
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For Americans who can’t find jobs, the booming demand for temp workers has been a path out of unemployment, but now many fear it’s a dead-end route.
With full-time work hard to find, these workers have built temping into a de facto career, minus vacation, sick days or insurance. The assignments might be temporary — a few months here, a year there — but labor economists warn that companies’ growing hunger for a workforce they can switch on and off could do permanent damage to these workers’ career trajectories and retirement plans.

“It seems to be the new norm in the working world"
For Americans who can’t find jobs, the booming demand for temp workers has been a path out of unemployment, but now many fear it’s a dead-end route.With full...
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Many freelance by absolute choice but no one bought into the idea they wouldn't have a choice not to have full-time work. This is why it is imperative, regardless the chosen profession, everyone be taught business in undergraduate and graduate school.  Otherwise, it can be a very expensive dead end.

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It's good advice to know where your head's at when you opt back into the law from a hiatus.
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Founder & CEO of Solo Practice University(R), the only web-based educational and professional networking site for lawyers and law students who want to go solo or wish to grow their solo/small firm practices.

Entrepreneurship Mentor to students from across the globe in the groundbreaking Law Without Walls program.
 
Advisor - Suffolk School of Law- Institute on  Law Practice Technology and Innovation - Member of the advisory board charged with guiding the Institute’s future, particularly as it considers possible curricular innovations that will help law students prepare for the 21st century legal marketplace.
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Could the Best Client be Your Worst Nightmare?
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It’s easy to find advice about spotting and avoiding bad clients – the ones who know everything, have wildly unreasonable expectations, and

You Ask…I Answer. “I Want To Fire A Pro Bono Client”
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Question: Thank you so much for your website. I hung out a shingle, scared to DEATH, and then I found you. You have helped me draw many deep

Using Customer Service Tools to Get Happy Customers for Your Law Firm
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Monthly Retainers and The Solo Practitioner
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I am a big fan of monthly retainers. For six months to a year (depending on what was agreed to in our engagement letter) my firm is guarante

Don’t Let Cultural Faux Pas Ruin Client Relationships
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Technology has given rise to opportunities to expand legal services businesses globally – all without ever leaving the office. And, as solos