Anyone interested in partnering to start a bio materials manufacturing company in Southern Ontario? I am not going to share details without knowing you, so please don’t ask. Just here to gauge interest.
Hey everybody. Looking for two freelancers: 1. Designer 2. Copywriter for a extensive brand book project. Shoot over previous branding work or any people you’d recommend. Aiming to keep the opportunity to Chicago creatives if possible.
Does anyone have any experience with Lewis Brisbois corporate transactional law practice (m&a)?
How many pieces should a student book have when looking for 1st job? I am considering to take out two (I have 8) bc people giving me feedback agree that they are not as good as the rest of the work.
How do you do an ARV on a property that’s an outlier (very large sqft)? My normal comps show around $370K but if you use the avg $/sqft for all of the comps, it ends up at $550K.
That’s such a HUGE difference, how would you handle this?
Why is it so hard to find a good therapist?Most of them are just listening to my rants. I'm not sure that is what they supposed to do. I want someone who can help me with some plan to get better
Has anyone seen someone make the jump from m&a tax to strategy? Already have a (non-target) mba, so going back to school to make the jump happen isn’t on the table. Currently a senior, and not opposed to taking a demotion if need be.
Delta Diamond Medallions: I'm projected to be about 18-20k short of Diamond. Worth spending $1500-2000 on a trip to Asia to get to 125k MQM or is Diamond overrated?
Friend is about to get engaged and thinking of getting them an engagement photo shoot around DC as a gift. Any recommendations on photographers or ideas for other gifts?
I’ve been wearing Birkenstocks during my pregnancy and now I can’t fit into my heels (feet are wider). Will my feet ever go back to their pre-pregnancy size after birth? Should I wear closed toe structured shoes for the 3rd trimester to bring it back to size?
First gen lawyer here (not that that really impacts the question/post) but I see all these posts about entering billable time and appropriate descriptions (mostly in big law or other practice areas (Domestic Relations litigation here)). How often do people here run into clients requesting meetings to have their bills explained or refusing to pay certain work? What’s your practice area, and who in your firm is tasked with these explanation meetings?
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Good afternoon! I would like to introduce myself to the market. I started my HR journey about 8 months ago as an Executive Recruiter and have gain plenty of insight into the field and genuinely love the role; however, I don’t believe agency recruitment is in my best interest and I would like to explore/progress my experience in a corporate setting. I am seeking roles including recruiter, talent acquisition, or DEI. Any insight on current or future openings roles would be greatly appreciated!
Looking to switch from teaching. Left the classroom for about 7 years to run federal and state school programs. Returned when saw the need arise after COVID-19. Realized it was time to leave completely, for several reasons. I have no idea where to go or how to leave.
I’m currently making $88,256 as a PMM at a private tech company. My work load is that of about two PMMs, including work outside the typical PMM function.
I’m sitting on about two years of experience, plus about a year in sales. Am I being underpaid? What should I be targeting?
I struggled with binge drinking for many years after my mom passed away. I have been sober for the past 12 months. My husband has struggled with drinking for a long time as well, and just got done serving a 6 month sentence for his second DUI (on ankle bracelet at home for 4 months of the sentence). He got out of jail this week, and he has drank almost everyday since. He says he is different now, and can control himself (i.e, he won't be abusive or drive). Continued in comments..
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Has anyone switched from litigation to claims counsel for an insurance company? Any idea how the work/life balance compares? It seems like it must be better but just looking to hear from anyone who has made that move.
How valuable is an associate attorney who can bring in 5-10 new insurance defense files per month, and how much more should that attorney be compensated for bringing in that business as compared to one who just meets their billable hours?
Can someone recommend the opportunities in law other than practicing (after passing bar) or support staff (not inclined to do). I have worked as a corporate lawyer oversees and working in environmental compliance for three years now in the US. I need some guidance how I can make a move. Would really appreciate some thoughts.
Hi all. I’m a first year litigation associate in small law seeking to lateral to a big law corporate group. I’ve had a couple full-round interviews this year, but no bites yet. Would anyone be open to chatting about making this switch?
Is it “unprofessional” or otherwise bad for a career for a firm attorney to start a YouTube channel unrelated to their work? Do the in-house folks here care whether outside counsel makes YouTube videos? Assuming nothing controversial or otherwise offensive in the YouTube content. Considering making an educational YouTube channel about how to think more critically (like a lawyer) and analyze debates/issues, whether political or not, like ads, public disputes, etc. No legal analysis or research.
I hear first year partner compensation is actually *lower* than senior associate comp. And you have to by in. Is this true in many firms?
How much does everyone who practices insurance defense? And what kind of insurance defense do you practice? Currently in Workers Comp but thinking of moving over to General Liability.
Partner at an ID firm. I bill 2000 per year. I get stuck doing this crappy flat fee work. The flat fee cases are such a time suck and my firm charges way too little for the time they take. So these flat fee cases really hurts my ability to generate as much profit as others. Anyway to approach this????
On trial this week in the downtown courthouse where I used to clerk. Every lunch spot I used to go to is out of business, safe for the corporate chains. Can't understate what optional WFH has done to these businesses and cities. As a parent with young kids obviously WFH is a lifesaver, so I can't throw stones,, but maybe for those who aren't caretakers having to come back in is a small sacrifice for saving these downtowns.
I have a rough time at work for some reason I can perform really well for short periods of time but as soon as I know I'm doing okay I get lazy again, I feel like my life is just never going to be complete and it's going to be as empty as it is now forever. I don't want to lose my job but honestly it's hard to see the point in going forward beyond not being on the street. No essential vitality animates me I just learned forward like some sort of unwieldy machine.
Recommendations for a durable, but stylish, men’s briefcase/laptop bag? Spouse regularly hauls to and from court a 13 inch laptop, a few files, water bottle etc but is using a backpack which drives me NUTS.
Advice on applying to another state while your UBE score is still transferrable just to go inactive?
I currently make $160k as an immigration associate with no billables but a not so great boss. I can honestly sort of skate by unnoticed for the most part. Is it worth it to jump ship for $182.5k with an 1850 billable requirement and possibly a less cushy/more direct responsibility role
Them: oh don't worry, q4 is wild but it slows down in January/February
Me: well my January was busier than my October and I'm on pace for over 200 in February
Getting away ahead of myself here, but a college friend is now a CEO at a rapidly growing tech company (just raised $50m in VC funding) and he approached me about an in house role at his company. He told me interviewing would largely be a formality. Interview is to take place first week of January. Bonus gets paid in early February, meaning the soonest I would be able to leave is late February, meaning the soonest I could start is early March. This timing doesn’t work. Do I forgo the bonus?
If your getting pressured to submit something “asap/now/EOD” like how to do it without sacrificing quality. Like what a partner prefer me to say listen I’ll get it to you but it’s 70% there or let me work the rest of the night and it’ll be 85% lol I’m an associate that’s as much as I can give there’s there a perfect product.
How long should it take to review and amend the seller’s disclosure letter? Is 6 hours too long? Bearing in mind it is being checked against the warranties in the purchase agreement and the info revealed via diligence.
Recently started as a plaintiffs lawyer. Pretty good handle on the law, but first time negotiating settlements. Any advice here? Would love input from other plaintiffs attorneys on what works and defense lawyers as well. Thanks in advance!
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