Hurricane Sandy Proves You Can No Longer Avoid Social Media for Business

Hurricane Sandy has taught us a lot about the role of social media. Yes, we heard how in another country it helped foment a  revolution. One person’s query on Twitter tipped the world off that the assault on Bin Laden’s compound was in process. One person’s Facebook post that he’d been arrested in a foreign country got him help from the […]

Faculty Announcement – Scott O’Sullivan

Scott O’Sullivan has practiced personal injury law in the state and federal courts of Colorado since 1996. He will teach “Advanced Personal Injury Practice” at Solo Practice University®. Prior to becoming a partner in another personal injury law firm in 2002, Scott was a lawyer for Liberty Mutual and several other large insurance companies.  While […]

Faculty Announcement – Justin R. Key

Justin Key will teach “Estate Planning & Practice in the 21st Century” at Solo Practice University®. Justin has always focused his practice on helping individuals and families through some of their most difficult times with his skill and experience in estate planning, probate and domestic litigation, including will contests, divorce, custody, child support, maintenance (alimony), […]

Faculty Announcement – Steven Teppler

Steven Teppler will teach “Introduction to E-Discovery” at Solo Practice University®. Steven W. Teppler chairs Kirk-Pinkerton’s information governance and electronic discovery practice. He has practiced law since 1981, is admitted to the bars of New York, the District of Columbia, Florida, and Illinois and advises private and public sector clients about risk, liability, and compliance […]

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