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Law FirmA law firm is a company entity formed by a single or far more lawyers to engage in the practice of law The major service rendered by a law firm is to advise consumers (folks or corporations ) about their legal rights and responsibilities , and to represent clients in civil or criminal instances , company transactions, and other matters in which legal tips and other assistance are sought. The author of The New Republic write-up looks down his nose at Mayer Brown and, consequently, Big Law for (1) obtaining as well a lot of lawyers, (two) replacing pricey lawyers with less costly lawyers, and (three) firing any individual simply because there’s not enough work for them to do. He says he’s shocked to find out that (4) Massive Law is also Massive Organization, which these of us who function in and for law firms have known for some time.

I started to believe courts were under orders by Washington to let frauds by The Cochran Firm against African American customers soon after police and big firms cause deaths and catastrophic injuries among Blacks, and that media businesses have been under orders not to report that The Cochran Firm disclaims getting a single law firm” when it gets sued by former clientele who were defrauded.

SUMMARY – The Cochran Firm was righteously determined by USDC, Central District of CA, not to meet the criterion to be named a law firm.” As demonstrated in the Neals v. The Cochran Firm” in Georgia Superior Court and Neals v. Cochran Cherry Givens Smith” in federal court, The Cochran firm itself denies being a single law firm when challenged or sued by defrauded clientele.

Not all of the allegations and lawsuits against The Cochran Firm that I discovered address The Cochran Firm’s identity confusion, but I did uncover some that had that element and give summaries below for two of them: Judy Nashville vs. St. Louis” and Christopher Tucker vs. The Cochran Firm.” The info under about those circumstances was relayed to me by The Cochran Firm’s former clientele who complained.

If you invite opinions about the future of law from BigLaw managing partners, LPO CEOs, law school deans, consultants, senior partners and associates, you can predict with almost ideal accuracy how each of them sees the future of our industry, depending on whether or not they got a raise and/or a bonus this year, have thriving practices (or not), were just created partner or failed to make companion, have been recently de-equitized or not too long ago escorted downstairs into unemployment.