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Contingency Fee Law Firms Are in Danger and What You Can Do About It: Get Your Clients to Vote

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5 Nov 2014
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Contingency fee practices are in danger. People in Washington and in your State Legislatures want to take away the rights of your clients on injuries, Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Disability. Your practice is essential in protecting the dignity of many deserving people. The attack on teachers, unions, the environment and the social fabric of Read More

Good Business IS Green Business.

5 Nov 2014
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It’s hard to write a blog on greening the office because everyone has such a different understanding about what this means. Some people think it’s about calculating and then reducing your carbon footprint. Others think office sustainability means using less paper or switching to recycled printer paper. Still others think office sustainability has to do Read More

Planning Ahead: Understanding Your Firm’s Value in Preparation for Unforeseen Death, Disability or Planned Retirement

5 Nov 2014
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Your law practice is a valuable asset and is an important component of your financial portfolio, now and for your future. Lawyers should develop a clear understanding about what will happen to this asset when they retire, die suddenly or become disabled. Too often, attorneys face the loss of the financial benefits of their life’s Read More

YOUR FIRM IS AN ASSET: YOU NEED A SUCCESSION PLAN THAT KICKS IN IF YOU DIE UNEXPECTEDLY.

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5 Nov 2014
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Your firm is an asset. What happens to it if you die tomorrow? I have seen it happen. A competitor will put ads in the newspaper announcing your death and urging clients to retain their firm instead? That has happened elsewhere. Have the parameters in place for the succession of your firm. Your firm is Read More

HOW WOULD YOUR FIRM RESPOND TO A CRISIS?

5 Nov 2014
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If a pipe bursts and your office is flooded, everything is ruined, who is in charge? Who calls the insurance company? Who is responsible for finding temporary space? Who rearranges appointments? Who supervises all that must be done? Who reassures clients that their files are not lost? As lawyers, our job is to see into Read More