No. 613 And thanks for the present. The Major Award has arrived. It is everything it was advertised to be. It even plugs in and lights up — a real lamp. Of course, there are more important things to pay attention to, like the Windsor-Middleton Wedding. Well, I guess that puts it all in [...]
No. 612 Barack Hussein Obama was born on August 4, 1961. He was born again on April 27, 2011. The most interesting event of the day, however, was when the media caught up with that carnival barker, the Donald, who had the audacity to proclaim that he had done something really, really good. Say [...]
AVVO Answers can be enlightening and helpful. But some Answers are better than others.
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The GLG is a group of experienced attorneys focused in the fields of business and wealth preservation. The team has been serving the LA area for over 30 years.
The 948th Tweet Follower for PittsburghLegal is Conrad Saam of AVVO. Under the direction of Conrad, AVVO has been blazing new trails in marketing for lawyers. This includes posting AVVO Answers, lawyer answers to AVVO reader questions, on Twitter. I posted my first AVVO Answer on Twiiter today.
So, instead of promoting employment as the focus of political discourse, why not promote the development of technology and technology education? Continuous education, self-education and formal education, makes more productive and more employable workers. Rather than trying to increase employment opportunities for what we already know, increase knowledge of technology as it emerges.
I’ve decided to profile some of the followers PittsburghLegal has been acquiring on Twitter as it moves along to 1,000 followers. Here’s No. 947.
RESPA prohibits unearned fees and fees for services that are required by law, such as preparing a settlement sheet. While the decision is spot on the Pennsylvania practice, the case has no binding effect around here. But it could provide inspiration for some enterprising law firm.
So, what do you do all day? How often (and how long) did you complain about something you can do nothing about– or if you could, didn’t?