How To Be A Better Lawyer Without Practicing More Law

Traditionally, the practice of law doesn’t scale well.  Revenue comes from billable hours, and billable hours are finite. So how does any young lawyer increase the value of those hours and become an indispensable asset to clients, colleagues, and partners alike? Increase efficiencies and build a personal brand. Here’s how: Master your niche At Founder

Competing Outside the Courtroom: “Trying” the Deal

Introduction to Transactional Skills

Temple Law School has long been known for its trial advocacy programs. What some may not know is that its transactional programs are growing fast, and provide students with innovative hands-on opportunities to develop competitive business transactional skills, such as negotiating and drafting corporate documents During my 3L year, I had the opportunity to immerse

The New Delaware One-Step: DGCL Section 251(h) Revolutionizes Delaware Merger Practice

Section 251(h) of the Delaware General Corporation Law (the “DGCL”) became effective on August 1, 2013 and is quickly becoming a staple of mergers and acquisitions practice.  In certain circumstances, Section 251(h) expedites friendly acquisitions by eliminating the need for a stockholder vote on a second-step merger following consummation of a tender or exchange offer