5 Ways To Avoid Working Through Your Vacation

Law360, San Diego (July 9, 2013, 9:59 PM EDT) -- Modern mobile devices and increased pressure to develop new business round-the-clock have made it harder for lawyers to sit back and relax on vacation, but creating client support teams and setting limits on beachside technology use before hopping on a plane can help attorneys squeeze the most out of that much-needed break, experts say.

Because smartphones have made lawyers more accessible when clients need legal assistance, clients expect attorneys to get back to them quickly, according to Randall Ryder, a solo practitioner at Minneapolis-based The Ryder Law Firm LLC who represents consumers in debt collection suits.

"When I get inquiries from...

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