Browsing the 'Law Firm Budgeting' category

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Why Law Firm Partners Resist Projecting Revenues

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

There are two fairly obvious benefits to projecting revenues. One is cash flow; the second is work flow. Knowing how much money you expect to generate in the next 30, […]

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What’s Wrong with Law Firm Marketing Budgets

Friday, October 23rd, 2015

How much would you spend to promote a service that generated a $500,000 profit? There isn’t one single correct answer, but so long as you didn’t have more lucrative options, […]

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A Law Firm’s Best Friend Can Be Its Banker

Monday, September 21st, 2015

When did you last talk to your banker? Do you even know them by name or are they one of countless vice presidents who work for Bank of America, Wells […]

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A Strategic Approach to Law Firm Cybersecurity

Monday, September 14th, 2015

How much should law firms spend to ensure that their computer systems aren’t hacked, and that they maintain the confidentiality of their clients’ information? A recent survey of AmLaw 200 […]

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