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What Firms Can Do to Help Staff With School-Aged Children

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020

There is compelling anecdotal evidence that workers with school-aged children are having an especially hard time dealing with the present situation. When the pandemic began, it was the virus itself […]

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A Better Way to Generate New Client Leads: The Zoom Roundtable

Wednesday, September 16th, 2020

In the early months of the pandemic, many lawyers were especially attentive to their key clients and referral sources, recognizing the importance of checking in. Firms reassured their clients that […]

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Strategies for Managing Your Remote Law Firm Workforce: Preparing for Disruptions

Wednesday, September 9th, 2020

As we wrote about last week, COVID-19 probably isn’t going away in the next few months. Beyond adjusting your firm’s workflow to a fully or partially remote system, there are […]

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Strategies for Managing Your Remote Law Firm Workforce: Communication

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2020

The shift to working remotely came suddenly for most without much lead-time for planning. Law firms adapted to the new normal thinking it would be a few months or maybe […]

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Fifty Years Ago Today

Wednesday, August 26th, 2020

No date on the calendar causes me to think more about this country than August 26. It’s my personal Fourth of July. August 26, 1970. That’s the date on which […]

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Should You Hire a Graduate of the Law School Class of 2020?

Wednesday, August 19th, 2020

California has joined the ranks of states temporarily allowing law school graduates to practice under the supervision of licensed attorneys without first passing the bar exam. This unprecedented situation gives […]

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The 3-Step Process to Useful Revenue Projections

Friday, August 14th, 2020

We’ve written before about maintaining cash flow in a crisis and how projecting revenues is vital to the planning process. While this isn’t a concern limited to economic hard times, […]

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Troubling Signs for Non-Equity Partners

Wednesday, August 5th, 2020

The legal services industry, along with much of the country, is coming to terms with the reality that COVID-19 is not the short, temporary interruption many had hoped. We are […]

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Is This the Time to Pursue Antitrust Litigation?

Wednesday, July 29th, 2020

Even the biggest law geeks tend to have a MEGO (my eyes glaze over) moment when they hear about antitrust law. To be sure, antitrust law can be daunting. It has its own […]

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The Dangers of Excessive Optimism

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2020

People who see themselves as successful are especially susceptible to overconfidence. Business owners often fall into this category, knowing how optimism has served them well as entrepreneurs. But in uncertain […]

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