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The Ethics of the Lawsuit

The Ethics of the Lawsuit
Why Litigation isn’t Always the Best Solution. In the US, it seems to be a commonly held belief that lawsuits are the ultimate means for redressing wrongs.

Pushing for Change

Pushing for Change
Stateside Associates knows that government affairs consulting requires constant professional evolution

A Surprising Economic Casualty

A Surprising Economic Casualty
The Crippling of Workers' Compensation. During the economic crisis, even state and federal government agencies had to cut costs and look for ways to save money.

Small Size Brings Big Benefits

Small Size Brings Big Benefits
The Advantages of a Boutique Business. Many small business owners see themselves as disadvantaged compared to big companies.

Justin Rogers, Owner and Attorney of Rogers Law Firm PLLC

Justin Rogers, Owner and Attorney of Rogers Law Firm PLLC
“Law Practice Bucks the Adversarial System”

Reputation is King

Reputation is King
Building a Positive Online Presence. In the age of the Internet, a company's reputation is extremely important. A bad reputation can spread worldwide

A Trial Run

A Trial Run
Looking at a Legal Case Through the Eyes of a Jury

AN EXPERT'S EXPERT Helping Attorneys Understand Legal Issues

AN EXPERT'S EXPERT  Helping Attorneys Understand Legal Issues
Lawyers are experts when it comes to the law, but that doesn’t mean they know everything about every case. When dealing with complex medical issues, attorneys might need as much help from a medical professional as the average layman.

Both Sides of the Aisle

Both Sides of the Aisle
One Small Lobbying Firm Works With Politicians of All Stripes to Help Businesses Thrive Across the Country.

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