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

A Collaborative Educational Blog Series  




A Simple History of Common Benefit Fees

By | on 05, Aug 2019 |   Dealing with New Rules & Regulations

As most lawyers know, under the American Rule of Law each party in a civil action must bear his, her or its own litigation costs and attorney’s fees. However, in a judicial system where contingent fee[...] Read More

Top Tools to Help Enhance Your Firm's Online Presence

By | on 30, Jul 2019 |   Achieving Growth

One of the best ways to ensure that your law firm has a continuous flow of leads with quality conversion rates is to use tools that make your tasks easier. Yet, with thousands of products available, i[...] Read More

Finding the Right Case Management Software for Your Firm

By | on 22, Jul 2019 |   Managing Operations & Cash Flow

Running a law firm can be stressful as juggling a high-volume caseload takes a lot energy and organization. Before computers became an integral part of any law practice, it was commonplace to see larg[...] Read More

Key Considerations Before Entering Mass Torts

By | on 15, Jul 2019 |   Building Your Firm

Incorporating mass tort cases into your firm’s portfolio can be the component that takes your firm to the next level. It can also be an overwhelming undertaking. Before you start, make sure you have a[...] Read More

Navigating the Financial Waters of Starting a Plaintiffs’ Practice

By | on 08, Jul 2019 |   Building Your Firm

After investing both significant time and money into law school and passing the bar exam, you became a lawyer. At some point in time—perhaps early in your career, perhaps later—you decide it’s time to[...] Read More

A Brief Introduction to Marketing Automation and CRM Software

By | on 24, Jun 2019 |   Achieving Growth

Investing in a solution to aid in your law firm’s efforts to market can be a big step. Knowing what to choose from is a good place to start. Before even delving into software-specific research, you sh[...] Read More

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