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The White Papers

a blog with original content written by White Law Office's team.

A Knight Is Sworn To Valor

As we often state, our core values are Trust and Integrity. What we are saying to ourselves, each other, our clients, our opponents and the world at large is: “You can trust my integrity.” But what does that mean? Lawyers are addressed with the surname “Esq.” which stands for Esquire, from the Latin for Knight. A couple of weeks ago, during a discussion, someone thought about the knight’s head chess piece that is our logo....

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Meet the Team: Christopher M. White

What's your full name? Christopher M White (Chris) What do you enjoy doing outside of work? Crossfit, Reading, Columbus Crew Soccer, Movies, Gaming, and Spending Time With My Wife and Daughters What was your first job? Lawn Care and Maintenance What's your favorite sport or event to watch? The Olympics What would you sing at karaoke night? The Scotsman...

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What a Trial Lawyer Knows About Trials

What a Trial Lawyer Knows About Trials Posted by Thomas D. White in Litigation Often when I sit down with a new client to discuss how they feel they need to sue someone or someone has sued them, we first have to work through the shock of why they are in a lawyer’s office. We need to know where lawyer’s offices and doctor’s offices are but somehow we hope we will never need them....

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In Memoriam

This past week one of my friends, Andy (Bims) Mast passed away. We were not friends in the traditional sense that often think of as friends. We didn't share many common interests and outside of the occasional breakfast, we didn't spend much time together over the past five years. Bims and I came from different generations and often had different ways of looking at the world. But despite these differences, we became friends when we worked in the same business over twenty years ago. I was a typical high school teenager who was looking for a summer job, and Bims was the seasoned employee who wasn't sure that I would last the summer....

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Embedding Culture

For more than 5 years we have been building the cultural touchstones of our business. For most of that time, those touchstones came from the ownership down to our team. But something changed in 2017. At first, it was a comment here and there, then it grew into discussions, and, as I found out last week at our 4th quarter meeting, our cultural touchstones are a now firmly held beliefs about who we are and how we act as a team and business....

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