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6 Lessons From My First 6 Months in Solo Practice

If you’re on the fence about whether to start your own practice, these tips from Robert Theofanis may inspire you to make the leap.

Originally published February 14, 2023
Last updated June 21, 2023
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Handling Settlement Funds: A Best-Practices Checklist

Best practices for handling settlement funds starts with a properly written and executed contingent fee agreement. This document should clearly communicate to the client how funds from a settlement check will be disbursed. In the case when a settlement is not reached and there is no settlement check for the client, the fee agreement should also explain what expenses or fees the client will be responsible for paying, if any.

Originally published February 14, 2023
Last updated February 21, 2024
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employee personality types

Have You Hired a ‘Terrorist’? 4 Kinds of Law Firm Employees

Keeping certain employee personality types can cost you, even if they perform well. Has your law firm hired a puppy or a terrorist?

Originally published February 14, 2023
Last updated April 4, 2023
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Client Service: Ways to Show Clients You Care

Straight from the heart: Client care advice from Ruth Carter, Bull Garlington, Jay Harrington, Will Hornsby, Susan Kostal, Steve Nelson, Mark Palmer, Teddy Snyder, Jamie Spannhake and Megan Zavieh.

Originally published February 14, 2023
Last updated November 15, 2023
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