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Kelly Anthony, Esq. | Deputy General Counsel

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Regulatory Spotlight: California Nonlawyer Ownership and Fee Sharing Rules

By | on 13, Jul 2020 |   Rule and Regulation Update

In 2019, the California State Bar’s Board of Trustees (“Board”) directed the formation of the Task Force on Access Through Innovation of Legal Services (the “Task Force”) to address three areas that, [...] Read More

Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020

By | on 15, Jun 2020 |   Rule and Regulation Update

On June 5, 2020, the President signed into law the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020 (“PPPFA” or “Flexibility Act”), which amends certain provisions of the Paycheck Protection Progra[...] Read More

Remote working after COVID-19: a lasting or temporary solution?

By | on 14, May 2020 |   Practice Insights

Are you questioning whether you should implement (at least to some extent) a permanent “working from home” policy at your firm once the threat of COVID-19 wanes? You’re not alone. Since the issuance o[...] Read More

Coronavirus Outbreak: Is Your Law Firm Prepared?

By | on 09, Mar 2020 |   Practice Insights

As confirmed cases of the deadly coronavirus (COVID-19) in the U.S. rise, so too have warnings issued to the general public about preparing for social and business disruptions. What actions can you ta[...] Read More

Financing your firm—choosing between a loan or line of credit

By | on 13, Jan 2020 |   Preparing for the Future

With the year 2020 underway, you’re likely planning new initiatives or setting revised goals for firm growth. To do so, you’ll need adequate financial resources. You may be thinking about obtaining ou[...] Read More

Tort Reform in Missouri: Bills Enacted in 2019 and to Watch in 2020

By | on 18, Nov 2019 |   Preparing for the Future

In 2019, the Show-Me State demonstrated to the legal industry that it was becoming more serious about tort reform—making Missouri a hot venue to watch this year and next for firms representing claiman[...] Read More

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