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Author Archives: Heather R. Pruger

I am an attorney with Saul Ewing LLP, where I practice labor and employment law.

Sticking to resolutions is a marathon, not a sprint

I blinked, and now it’s February. So much for those New Year’s resolutions. Stereotypically, New Year’s resolutions are made at the beginning of the year, and fail within months (or less). Eighty-eight percent of them, in fact. Why is this? According to some, ...

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Budget the hours in a day to have enough of them

As 2010 comes to an end, we start thinking about 2011. Or so they say. More often than not, despite all the celebrations and heraldry of the new year, we’re never quite ready for it to be here. At least ...

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Get to the point

I love to write. That’s why I’m in the legal profession. But I have quickly come to realize that there is such a thing as too much writing. Exhibit 1 is the excessively long brief that says in 50 pages ...

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If you’re planning to go high-tech in the courtroom, plan ahead

My fellow bloggers have posted before about using technology in the courtroom. Last week, the ABA’s Law Practice Management section posted a great article in the November issue of Law Practice Today on preparing for your first use of technology ...

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