Finance Corner: A Guide for Plaintiffs' Attorneys and their Clients 

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LAW FIRM FINANCING

Budgeting: an essential component to conquering your firm's needs

By | on 10, Jun 2019 |   Managing Operations & Cash Flow

You have big plans to grow your law practice. To do so, you’ll need to secure the necessary resources. Your plans should also include how to deploy the funding to start the process. Read More

Predicting When You’ll Receive Contingent Fees: Impossible or Achievable?

By | on 03, Jun 2019 |   Managing Operations & Cash Flow

You’ve settled a case and are patiently waiting for your attorneys’ fees to be disbursed. Why does it take so long and how can you envisage when you’ll actually receive payment? These are both fair qu[...] Read More

Can you Improve Your Firm with Litigation Analytics?

By | on 20, May 2019 |   Managing Operations & Cash Flow

The gathering, storage and use of data increases exponentially each year. As a result, new technology products for the U.S. legal industry continue to emerge. Most claim to provide lawyers valuable in[...] Read More

What is Networking?

By | on 13, May 2019 |   Achieving Growth

Here’s what it isn’t—a buzzword thrown around to make your life more difficult, a get rich quick scheme or a magical way to generate sales or leads. Instead, networking is simply meeting people and ma[...] Read More

Four Top Marketing Issues Faced by Law Firms: Identifying and Overcoming the Hurdles

By | on 06, May 2019 |   Achieving Growth

Even with all the “buzz” about marketing in the legal industry, it may still seem like a vague or daunting concept for attorneys and their staff. You may be inclined to shy away from marketing your pr[...] Read More

Reviewing the Top Data Breach Claims in the Past 12 Months

By | on 29, Apr 2019 |   Preparing for the Future

Within the past few years, large-scale data breaches have frequently made headlines. Consequently, civil actions arising therefrom have followed—making data breach litigation a more common occurrence [...] Read More

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