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LAW FIRM FINANCING

Joseph Kasouf, Esq. | General Counsel

Posts by Joseph Kasouf, Esq. | General Counsel :

3 Reasons Your Financing Company Should Have Attorneys on Staff

By | on 10, Oct 2019 |   Building Your Firm

When seeking out resources for your firm, you want to be sure that companies you engage with fully understand the nature of your practice and the nuances of contingency fee practice. So how do you acc[...] Read More

Managing a Multi-layer Law Firm Effectively

By | on 16, Sep 2019 |   Managing Operations & Cash Flow

Managing a law firm—whether a small operation or a full service firm with varying levels of management or multiple practice groups—can be difficult. Often, to be successful, it takes a leader who is w[...] Read More

Treating Your Law Firm Like a Business

By | on 15, Apr 2019 |   Managing Operations & Cash Flow

Attorneys often state they “practice law,” but they don’t as frequently speak about managing a law firm as a business. However, a law firm is a business—requiring oversight of personnel, operations an[...] Read More

Key Considerations Before Entering Mass Torts

By | on 15, Oct 2018 |   Why Finance?

You may be considering expanding your practice into mass torts. Before you do, it’s essential to have a solid grasp of the mass tort process and consider which mass tort business model will best suit [...] Read More

4 Benefits of Choosing a Lender With Experienced Attorneys On Staff

By | on 10, Sep 2018 |   Selecting the Right Source

If you’re contemplating financing for your law practice with a bank or third-party litigation funder, you should consider whether, and to what extent, they truly understand your legal practice. Read More

You closed on a law firm line of credit—now what?

By | on 16, Jul 2018 |   What to Expect Post-Closing

Once you’ve decided it’s time to get financing for your firm, there are many things that you need to take into consideration, including the type of lender (e.g. a specialty finance company versus a ba[...] Read More

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