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Blogger Beware – Lawyer Blogs: Free Speech and Advertising

By Hayes Hunt and Brian Kint Lawyers and law firms are increasingly using blogs, also referred to as “blawgs” along with social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, to build their visibility and brand.  While blogs do not have

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Posted in Ethics & Professional Conduct

A Trial Lawyer’s Stutter and the “Give and Take” of Success

By David Walton About a year or so ago, around the same time that the movie The King’s Speech won the Academy Award, I wrote a piece for From The Sidebar regarding an experience I had at trial regarding my

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Posted in The Practice of Law

Attorney-Client Interview: Innocence, Jail and Canines – Part 3

Originally published in The Champion, November, 2011 Do You Believe That I’m Innocent? On occasion, some clients desper­ately insist that their lawyer must believe they are innocent. A tempered response goes something like this: Your innocence is not the stan­dard.

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Posted in Prosecution & Defense

Attorney-Client Interview: Practice Points – Part 1 of 3

Originally published in The Champion, November, 2011 Basics of a Client Interview A lawyer can meet a client in many ways, including a referral by court appointment or in the waiting room of the lawyer’s office. For purposes of this

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Posted in The Client
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Hayes Hunt concentrates his practice in the representation of individuals, corporations and executives in a wide variety of federal and state criminal law and regulatory enforcement matters as well as complex civil litigation. Hayes is a partner in the firm's Commercial Litigation Department as well as its Criminal Defense and Governmental Investigations Group.
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