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  • Something, typically money, awarded to someone as a recompense for loss, injury, or suffering
  • The money received by an employee from an employer as a salary or wages
  • recompense: the act of compensating for service or loss or injury
  • The action or process of making such an award
  • something (such as money) given or received as payment or reparation (as for a service or loss or injury)
  • (psychiatry) a defense mechanism that conceals your undesirable shortcomings by exaggerating desirable behaviors
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  • a firm of lawyers
  • The Law Firm is an hour-long reality television series that premiered on NBC on July 28, 2005. In the series, twelve young up-and-coming trial lawyers competed for a grand prize of $250,000.
  • A law firm is a business entity formed by one or more lawyers to engage in the practice of law. The primary service provided by a law firm is to advise clients (individuals or corporations) about their legal rights and responsibilities, and to represent their clients in civil or criminal cases,
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Law Firm Fees & Compensation: Value & Growth Dynamics
Law Firm Fees & Compensation: Value & Growth Dynamics
Every law firm is a business, and every business has three common elements: Get the work; do the work; and get paid. This publication shows you how these issues intersect and guides you through an integrated approach to growing your practice and your profits--while simultaneously adding value to your billings and services. The vital concepts in realizing new value include: 1-Engagement agreement essentials for lawyer and client 2-Easy-to-understand pricing methods that convey meaning to clients 3-Collection strategies that secure prompt payments 4-Compensation policies that serve the firm's best interests.

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Hips Ahoy on Claudia House - Jet Magazine, August 19, 1954
Hips Ahoy on Claudia House - Jet Magazine, August 19, 1954
Judge Claudia House Morcom worked to establish gender and racial equality in all facets of society through her notable accomplishments in the field of law. Morcom, a Detroit native, received a J.D. from the Wayne State University Law School in 1956. She began her professional career as a public housing aide for the City of Detroit Housing Commission. Morcom then proceeded to become the first woman associate in the nation's first integrated law firm. In 1964 Morcom moved to Jackson, Mississippi, to become the Southern Regional Director for the National Lawyer's Guild Program. At a time when volatile race relations plagued the South, Morcom and others facilitated a massive voter registration movement and worked to desegregate public facilities throughout Mississippi. While serving as founding director of the Wayne County Neighborhood Legal Services from 1966 to 1968, she implemented a program providing legal representation for the indigent. In 1972 she began an 11-year career as the Administrative Law Judge for the Michigan Department of Labor, Bureau of Workers' Disability Compensation. In 1983 she was the first African-American woman appointed to the Wayne County Circuit Court. In addition to her professional activities, Judge Morcom participated in numerous community boards and organizations, including the Metropolitan Detroit YMCA and YWCA, the Merrill Palmer Institute for Child and Family Counseling, and Kids in Need of Direction. She has also served as co-chair of the Michigan Alliance Against Racists and Political Repression, president of the Michigan Housing Association, member of the Metropolitan Coalition of Women, president of the United States Delegation of the American Association of Jurists and its observer at the United Nations non-governmental organizations. Morcom has been an outspoken advocate for the rights of women and minorities. Her commitment and dedication have ignited hope for many young women who have followed her professional example. Morcom's inspirational achievements have not gone unnoticed; she has received many accolades including the Wayne State University Center for Peace and Conflict Studies Peace Award, the Wayne State University Outstanding Alumni Award, the Damon Keith Humanitarian Award, the Center for Constitutional Rights Award, the Michigan State Bar's Champions of Justice Award, the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Outstanding Community Leadership Award, and the American Civil Liberties Award. Click the "All Sizes" button above to read an article or to see the image clearly. These scans come from my rather large magazine collection. Instead of filling my house with old moldy magazines, I scanned them (in most cases, photographed them) and filled a storage area with moldy magazines. Now they reside on an external harddrive. I thought others might appreciate these tidbits of forgotten history. Please feel free to leave any comments or thoughts or impressions... They are happily appreciated!
Baby in Crib
Baby in Crib
Babies are often injured the birth process. If you baby suffers from cerebral palsy, be sure you have gotten the compensation you deserve. The Dallas based Rasansky Law Firm handles these kinds of cases and would be happy to evaluate your case free of charge. Contact us at (877) 331-4156 or visit

law firm compensation
law firm compensation
Jones Act & Maritime Law for Injured Workers
Understanding the new Jones Act and Maritime Statutes will give you an edge. Learn about maintenance and cure, what constitutes unseaworthiness and negligence. Know your rights and options. If you are involved in Jones Act claims in any capacity, you are dealing with critically important issues. Whether you're an injured worker, a lawyer, a union representative or doctor, the information in this book will put the power in your hands and allow you to go from being a spectator in the process to being truly in charge of the affairs that matter to you. You will receive inside tips on how to know the diffrence between a state workers compensation claim and a Jones Act claim, and you will learn how to know the difference between a Longshore claim and a General Maritime claim. This book contains specific answers to questions about income benefits, medical care, settlements and legal processes of Jones Act and Maritime claims.