“I make my statements in court, not in public.” Anyone that knows Lylea Critelli knows that she rarely reveals her accomplishments or achievements. It’s very old fashion, and not surprising when it comes to Lylea. It is because she was trained in the old fashion way. Lylea was the last protégé of legendary lawyer J. […]
Attendees of either the Iowa State Bar Association’s Annual Meeting (June 2011) or the joint Iowa State Bar Association and Nebraska State Bar Association’s Solo & Small Firm Seminar (July 2011) who wish to obtain copies of Tre Critelli’s presentation on E-Discovery should contact us for the requisite download link!
For those of you who were wondering whether or not the service of process provisions Iowa Rules of Court trump the Hague Convention on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extrajudicial Documents in Civil or Commercial Matters (better known as the “Hague Service Convention”), your answer has arrived: they do not.
Always exploring the cutting edge of technology, Tre Critelli addressed the application of the safe harbor provision of Title 17 U.S.C. § 512 to virtual worlds…
Ever stop to wonder if sending a Tweet to your Facebook wall from Second Life actually helps your law practice? We did, then came up with a way to help YOU figure it out for yourselves.
Tre Critelli just returned from the 2009 ABA Techshow and has been asked to summarize what he learned….
Article of the week from Lawyers Weekly USA November 1, 2004: Law Firm Thrives With Non-Traditional Office By Abigail Klingbeil There are no corner offices at The Law Chambers of Nicholas Critelli in Des Moines, Iowa. In fact, there are no offices at all. The law firm, which is dedicated to litigation and ADR, has […]