Success Through Coaching by Phone

Ed Poll, who coaches lawyers by phone and is a management consultant to law firms, has an interesting article at the ABA’s Law Practice TODAY titled, Those Who Can, Coach: The Power of Coaching Can Transform Your Life, in which he writes, inter alia:

Some might feel that seeking the help of a coach is an admission of personal inadequacy. The more logical conclusion is that you should engage a coach from the moment you decide you want to be successful. A coach can help you achieve that success more quickly than you would on your own. In sports, that is proven so many times on a daily basis that it is axiomatic. “

Read more here.

We haven’t even talked to Ed but already feel motivated to improve just through a reading of that article. We have no doubt that coaching works. Almost all world champion athletes have coaches. So why not world champion professionals in the legal field? It makes sense.

Link to Law Practice Today originally via Vertretbar (hat tip).

The Blogosphere Comments on the Google Cache Case Nevada Court Ruling

Google Cache Copyright Infringement Case Summarized at

A good summary of the Nevada District Court ruling in the
Google Cache Copyright Infringement Case
(see our previous LawPundit posting)
is found at, a website of the international law firm, Pinsent Masons. No registration is required to view this article.

The article also comments on the status of search engines in the UK and links to the UK’s E-commerce Regulations (free registration is required to view this guide).

Germany Leads in .eu Domain Registrations

A January 27, 2006 article by Teresa K├╝chler reports that over 165,000 applications have been made for .eu domains thus far in the Sunrise Period, with German applications accounting for 34.7 percent of the total, followed by the Netherlands with 15.6 percent and France with 13.4 percent.

The article points out that companies should act quickly to register their trademarks and names.