There are a plethora of movies that take place in office settings. From Swimming with Sharks to The Wolf of Wallstreet, we’ve all seen our fair share of a fictitious workplaces. More often than not, the hijinks portrayed can just scream LIABILITY to any competent employment law attorney.
So many legal myths, so little time to bust them all. Welcome back to Legal Mythbusters, where we take a look at some common misconceptions of various legal principles. If you missed our first installment, be sure to check it out and see if you learn anything new about the legal system! Let’s take a look at some more legal myths and see what’s fact and what’s fiction.
Myth: Attorney-client communication is absolutely confidential.
Mama Mia, here we go again. Another day, another myth to bust. But this time, we are taking a look at the All Stars of Legal Mythbusters. That is, the famous cases that people may have some misconceptions about. Shall we dive right in?
Myth: Liebeck v. McDonald's Restaurants was a frivolous lawsuit.
Maybe you don’t know the name of the suit, but you’ve definitely heard about it. Woman buys coffee, coffee spills on lap, woman sues for millions. She should’ve held the cup upright, where’s her sense of personal responsibility, right? Wrong!
Welcome to the first ever installment of Legal Mythbusters! Our goal here today is to address some common misconceptions about the law. Please feel free to share this with anyone who believes the list below of claims are completely factual. In all fairness, we all have been woefully misinformed about attorneys and the law from the very start.
Simulated combat and sanctioned violence! Do I have your attention yet? Great!
Combat sports such as wrestling, boxing, or mixed martial arts require a lot of give and take. In some ways, it’s like a dance between two people who are carefully considering their timing, distance management, and agility in every move made. If football is a game of inches, then MMA is a game of millimeters.
So, you use a call center because it’s cheaper, easier, and allows you to never miss out on a call.
Congratulations! What’s the next step? Evaluating its effectiveness, of course!
First impressions are extremely important when speaking to potential clients. People create a first impression based on a variety of factors, but the most important one is how we address and communicate with each other. First impressions can guide subsequent social and professional treatment, and as a result, can influence how many new clients you acquire.