Why I Usually Don’t Do Pro Bono Work

There are many times when I have been asked to take a case without compensation.  This is called “pro bono work,” and it’s considered an important part of the legal tradition.  The practice stems from an altruistic notion that attorneys, like doctors, should not refuse to perform their services if a person cannot pay “reasonable…

Binary vs. Beach Ball Thinking

First of all, thanks to all new followers of the Collaborative Compound.  I appreciate each and every one of you coming to read what I’ve got to say.  Today’s post covers the current government shutdown.  I will not be discussing this through a political lens; rather I think it prudent to talk about things from…

Are we really in a Prison Planet?

First of all, I have learned through my magic blog analysis thingy The Collaborative Compound has followers.  I want to take a moment and thank each and every one of you who chose to follow this blog.  Your support keeps me going. It’s been a crazy week for my entertainment law business.  Two of my…