maintaining a positive cash flow

5 Small Changes That Can Improve Your Law Firm’s Cash Flow

LawPay Checklist | Maintaining a positive cash flow is essential for your law firm. This white paper, we’ll lay out five ways to impact your bottom line.

Originally published June 10, 2022
Last updated June 27, 2023
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retired partners

Retired Partners Are Valuable Law Firm Resources

Ida Abbot explains the benefits of retired partner groups, pointing to Faegre Benson's successful program and more ideas you can use.

Originally published June 10, 2022
Last updated July 2, 2023
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Lawyer Advertising Ethics

Six Things Every Lawyer (and Marketer) Should Know About Lawyer Advertising Ethics

Will Hornsby | I’ve plowed some of this ground in prior posts, but here is a framework to understand the six most important issues.

Originally published June 10, 2022
Last updated July 10, 2023
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business lessons

Arch Villain: 5 Business Lessons from ‘The Founder’

Have you seen the new Michael Keaton movie where he plays a bad guy? No, I’m not talking about his excellent turn as the Vulture (probably the best recent Marvel movie villain) in the latest Spiderman movie. Did you see him as Ray Kroc in "The Founder," a late-life biopic of the great co-opter of McDonald’s? I’m a sucker for historical drama, so when this movie came out, I was genuinely excited to see it. If you haven’t seen it, watch it (it’s on Netflix now), because I'm going to talk about it below. Now, you may be asking yourself: Why write about this movie in Attorney at Work? Excellent question. It’s because there are law firm management lessons to be derived. (I’ve done this before. Trust me.)

Originally published June 10, 2022
Last updated July 2, 2023
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passive voice

Honing Legal Writing Skills: Passive Voice and Parentheticals

The first post in our new series with rules, optional techniques and simple suggestions to remind you that strong writing makes you a better lawyer.

Originally published June 10, 2022
Last updated July 6, 2023
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