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Five (More) Things to Consider When Drafting Fee Agreements, Pt. 2

Megan Zavieh | Part 2 of this series on fee agreements addresses why to include terms of termination, liens on recovery, dispute resolution, client obligations, and potential changes in the law.

Megan Zavieh - October 26, 2020
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Everything a Lawyer Needs to Know When Drafting Fee Agreements, Pt. 1

Megan Zavieh | This two-part article addresses nine issues every lawyer should consider when drafting fee agreements for clients.

Megan Zavieh - September 28, 2020
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Your Competition Is Lazy: Three Things Small Law Firms Can Do to Find New Business Now

Roy Ginsburg | Small firms may be in a perfect position for new client acquisition in 2021 — as long as they follow these three steps.

Roy S. Ginsburg - September 21, 2020
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Small Law Firms Still Struggling With Finding New Business and Managing Administrative Tasks

Just released. Thomson Reuters' 2020 State of U.S. Small Law Firms report finds small law firms continue to face significant challenges. For innovators willing to streamline and invest in tech: Opportunity is yours.

Joan Feldman - September 2, 2020
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How Acknowledging Microcultural Differences Can Make You a Better Lawyer

Megan Zavieh | Acknowledging microcultural differences can mean better communications with clients, better outcomes and fewer bar complaints.

Megan Zavieh - September 1, 2020
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Surviving a Bar Investigation During the COVID-19 Crisis

Megan Zavieh | If you're under state bar investigation, don't rush through it. Ask for reasonable extensions and prepare yourself for new and changing COVID-19 processes.

Megan Zavieh - July 21, 2020
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10 Rules for Surviving as a Solo or Small Firm Practice

How will the small firm lawyer need to change their thinking to stay viable?

Dustin Cole - March 1, 2019
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Try Outsourcing to Achieve Your Law Practice’s Goals

What's on your "Damnit List"? As we head into the new year, it's a good time to experiment with outsourcing so you are free to focus on more rewarding things.

Dina Eisenberg - December 20, 2018

Five Checklists to Make Your Law Practice More Efficient and Profitable

Processes are the means by which we get things done, and checklists can keep us on top of what needs to get done. That’s why pilots, surgeons and astronauts use checklists extensively. They help eliminate the fear of forgetting something ...

Peggy Gruenke - February 27, 2015
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Tempted by a Personal Injury Case?

I’m always cautioning lawyers about the hazards of dabbling, reminding them that there really is no such thing as a "simple" will or contract. It's not that I want them to avoid taking on matters that lead them into unfamiliar territory. Rather, ...

Mark Bassingthwaighte - September 11, 2014