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Monday, December 28, 2009

Hot (T&E) and Cold (Tax) Areas of Practice

The ABA has published Robert Denney’s report on What's Hot Report and What's Not in the Legal Profession:

  • Hot areas of practice:  Intellectual Property, Environmental, Government Relations/Lobbying, Bankruptcy/Reorganization, Litigation, Alternate Dispute Resolution, Public Finance, White Collar Crime, Labor & Employment, Regulatory, Anti-Trust, Prepaid Legal Service, Consumer Protection, Collections, Estates & Trusts, Elder Law, Entertainment Law, Commodity Work, as well as the following Industries: Financial Services, Telecommunications, Insurance, Health Care, Energy & Alternate Energy, Automobile, and Pharmaceutical.
  • Cold:  Immigration, IPOs, Tax, M&A, and Real Estate

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Comments

Maybe we should call it "publicfinanceprof" blog.

Posted by: mike livingston | Dec 28, 2009 6:27:28 AM

The list is really very informative. But i would like to know why you have pput taxes in the cold box. As far i have guessed from the market trends The most lucrative practice is Intellectual property rights.

Posted by: william@QuickBooks-Hosting | Dec 29, 2009 7:05:53 AM