Category Archives: Solo & Small Firm

Welcome our Newest Attorney: Matthew D. Henderosn

Troutman & Napier, PLLC is expanding services with the addition of our new associate attorney, Matthew D. Henderson. Continue reading

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What kind of lawyer would you prefer?

I do not know what is wrong with me!? I had need to consult with an attorney long ago before… Continue reading

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Personal Soap Box: Insight Communications, Inc & the “bundling” trap

First of all, Insight is engaging in poor business practices in that they effectively punish people who become loyal customers. The second lesson then is that our reluctance to change is our enemy. The third lesson is that when a company gets large enough, they no longer have to reckon with the individual customer. Continue reading

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How much is too much?

This article regarding Steve Beshear and the legal fees associated with the demise of Kentucky Central Life Insurance Company is likely the first of many on this topic. The article is focusing on the ramifications for Steve Beshear’s bid for … Continue reading

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I’m Billing Time Redux This song captures the prevailing attitude in many law firms nicely – especially large ones.

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Is justice affordable?

This post at LexingtonLawyers highlights a real struggle in the legal community between greed and the value of services. It is true that for many impoverished Americans, legal representation is out of reach. Lawyers should assist in pursuing justice for … Continue reading

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A potential client called my office the other day. This person was expecting their spouse to serve divorce papers in the next few days and wanted to know what to expect. I talked to this person for a little over … Continue reading

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