Each OHO location (formerly known as ODAR) has a distinct percentage of cases that are ruled favorably. We know this because the SSA makes all of this data public online. You can even look at the record of each judge’s decisions divided into fully favorable, partially favorable, and denials.
With Labor Day around the corner, law school students around the country are rushing back to class. Throughout the years, all of the people on this list have been one of those students. Not all of them would go on to use their law degrees, but they spent many late nights in the library to earn them. Here are 8 celebrities with law degrees:
One of the hot words in today’s business vernacular is “ecosystem”. Ecosystem by definition is “the complex of a community of organisms and its environment functioning as an ecological unit” (Merriam Webster). When you think of your business as one organism operating in a much larger environment, new opportunities for growth appear.
As a partner in a small firm or as a solo practitioner you have to wear many hats. In addition to your own cases, managing finances and acting as HR, you also have to market your firm.
Organizations are collecting every bit of data they can to help inform their decisions, particularly when it comes to marketing. As a small business it can be tough to dedicate time and money to gathering and analyzing data, but data is too important to the decision making process to ignore. Below are several pieces of data that you should be tracking when marketing your firm.