Category Archives: Resources

Cut to the Chase: Helpful Keyboard Shortcuts in Word 2010

By Jeff Lester   Teaching my recent CLE seminar on Table of Contents and Table of Authorities in Microsoft Word 2010, I learned there’s a general hunger for fast and…

Featured Expert: Joseph Perry

  Meet Joseph Perry: An electrical engineer and electrical contractor, Joseph combines unique skill sets that make him the go-to electrical expert witness. You can find Joseph Perry’s profile in…

The Rewards of Authentic Mentoring Relationships

By Megan Zavieh   Mentoring. The word conjures up images of stilted conversations in senior partners’ offices, neither person really wanting to be there. No wonder many lawyers shy away…

To Hyphenate or Not to Hyphenate?

By Savannah Blackwell, BASF Contributor   Having explored the uses of the em-dash and the en-dash, we now come to the most commonly known of the dash punctuation marks: the…

Psychotherapy for Lawyers (and Other Human Beings)

-sponsored content- If you work directly with clients, you’re playing a therapeutic role whether you know it or not. Really being listened to isn’t an everyday experience for most people….

Grow Your Expert Witness Business

  Carla Tucker, BASF’s Sales and Marketing Consultant, attended the Forensic Expert Witness Association’s National Conference on Friday, April 26 at the Bar Association of San Francisco’s (BASF) offices. The sold-out conference…

Nuggets of Wisdom: Perspective of Senior Small Firm Practitioner Charles Louderback

By Lindsey Mignano   As a partner of a small firm, I am constantly searching for best practices and pieces of wisdom from successful attorneys and business owners I admire….

Risk Management: Lawyers Facing Claims for Breach of Fiduciary Duty

By Matthew Kahn   Lawyers facing claims for breach of fiduciary duty, and the counsel defending them, should be aware of the Court of Appeal’s decision last year in Knutson…

Featured Experts: Bonora Rountree

  Meet Will Rountree, J.D., Ph.D, and Alexis Forbes, Ph.D., trial consultants with Bonora Rountree, and this month’s featured experts. You can find their full profiles in BASF’s Register of…

Use an En-dash to Mark a Range of Things Like Dates and Numbers

By Savannah Blackwell, BASF Contributor   After publication of last month’s column on uses of the em-dash, a reader emailed to ask why the instructions I shared for creating this…