How to Properly Respond to a Subpoena

You’ve just been advised that a subpoena has been served. So what do you do? Ignore it? Refuse to comply? Produce all the requested documents without question? Subpoenas serve a very important function in the litigation process, and the wrong response to one can have very serious ramifications. Here are... Read more →


CNA - Minimizing the Impact of COVID-19: A Menu of Ideas for Lawyers

Lawyers must be adaptable. In standard practice, lawyers will adapt to changing laws, regulations, technology, economies, clients and offices. Few attorneys were prepared to adapt to a pandemic. In today’s legal environment, lawyers have been required to chart a changing course in order to provide competent legal services to their... Read more →


RANSOMWARE ATTACKS TARGETING ATTORNEYS ON THE RISE

Last Fall, the Federal Bureau of Investigation issued a “High Impact” warning regarding increased ransomware attacks on U.S. businesses and organizations.[1] This is notable because, the last time the FBI addressed ransomware was in 2016. Ransomware is software used by cybercriminals to encrypt a victim’s electronic files, preventing access to... Read more →


CNA - Law Firm Website Woes: Educating and Disclaiming Prospective Clients

Few, if any, readers would contemplate the creation of an attorney-client relationship by reading a publication in print, via email or on a website. Has an attorney-client relationship been formed, however, regarding attorney interactions with prospective clients via law firm websites, email correspondence, social media platforms and texts or telephone... Read more →