Posts from the ‘Business of Law’ category

Risk Management and Insurance to Protect Your Firm ~ By John Davidson

As attorneys, you understand liability, but how well do you understand the types of insurance that mitigate common liabilities? Understanding the basics of risk management and…

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Don’t Run Afoul of Gaming Laws in Offering Sweepstakes and Contests ~ By Sean McGuinness and Karl Rutledge

The Internet and social media have become the most efficient ways for companies to disseminate information and sell their products/services, connect with their customers and strengthen…

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How the Labor and Employment Landscape Might Change with the Stroke of a Pen ~ By Sean R. Gallagher and Mary Kapsak

President Trump has been presented with a number of regulatory issues that could change the labor and employment landscape. Congressional and administrative action is not required…

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How Law Firms Can Convert More Leads into Invested Clients: Better Skills Produce Better Results ~ By Liz Wendling

Law firms are always looking for ways to attract more prospects through lead generation and marketing. The next, and most important, step is to convert these…

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5 Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Business or Firm ~ By Sara Sharp and Christina Saunders

It’s that time of year again. The New Year frenzy is settling down, and we are already well into the second quarter of 2017. There is…

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Building Our Dreams: The Finances of Law Firm Startups ~ By Drew Hefflefinger

Who is tired of making someone else’s dream come true? The sacrifice, the hours, the faceless P&L reports. Learning how passionate and dedicated attorneys are, it…

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Why Patenting Is at Its Highest Level Since the Industrial Revolution ~ By George C. Lewis, P.E.

The meteoric rise in patent filings reflects a fundamental change in how business is done in the modern world, as much as it reflects the pace…

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Legal Marketing Etiquette in the 21st Century ~ By Meranda M. Vieyra

Good etiquette doesn’t cost a thing. Bad etiquette can cost you everything. In the legal industry, we have our own ways, customs, standards and norms when…

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There and Back Again: Relaunching Your Legal Career ~ By Paul Miller

I re-entered the practice of law after an extended “sabbatical” in public education. I left the legal world 15 years ago and taught high school for…

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Office? Where We’re Going, We Won’t Need an Office! ~ By Doug McQuiston

You’ve read about the “paperless” office. You may even be working in one right now. You are already using a wide range of tech tools to…

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