“I am not happy doing what I’m doing.”
I’ve had that thought several times in my life. We all have – I hope.
In fact, the thought that I was unhappy doing what I was doing was the thought that led me to law school.
This case involves the special, and very powerful, Nehmer effective date rules. Mr. Greene, the veteran, sought an effective date for his service connected coronary artery disease.
He argued his effective date should go back to 2006, the first clai…
This case involves the BVA’s rejection of a theory of service connection by aggravation for a back condition.
The BVA refused to service connect the veteran’s back injury, which he argued was aggravated by service-connected knee and hip i…
This case involves a veteran who served in the Air Force from 1953 to 1957. During service, he injured his back on a flight line, and has repeatedly tried to service connect the injury since leaving service in 1957. Each time, the claim was de…
Earlier this year, I tested an idea – what if a group of lawyers grabbed a virtual cup of coffee every Monday morning and chatted about their progress building a profitable law firm that prioritizes the attorney’s well being?
If you hear the phrase, lawyers with a purpose, what is your immediate reaction?
Do you roll your eyes? Yawn? Close this page and find something else to read?
I’ll be honest, the first time a business coach told me that my law practice…