Allowing a statute of limitations (SOL) to run on a client matter has always been a common malpractice error and I really don’t see that changing. One would think that with the rise of computerized calendaring systems there would be a decrease in the frequency of these types of errors. Unfortunately, it hasn’t played out that way.
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This guest post was written by Michael J. Palumbo. I am so happy Attorney Palumbo reached out to us because he is going to cover a subject nobody wants to discuss – Sales. Yes. That nasty little word no lawyer wants to acknowledge but is critical to the success of your practice. This article is […]
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We hide our leadership abilities ‘under a bushel basket’ because we may feel we have no concrete evidence to showcase our leadership skills. We fail to adequately value our own innate talents because we have been out of the legal ‘game’ for a long while. So, how do you find your competencies? This post will help you to do just that.
Hypercapitalism is a term used by Marxist scholars, in their continuing critique of political economy, to depict a relatively new form of capitalistic social organization marked by the speed and intensity of global flows that include exchange of both material and immaterial goods, people, and information. Will lawyers become hypercapitalists in order to compete in the 21st Century?
Let’s face it. Law Practice Management Solutions are springing up like weeds in an unkempt garden. It’s getting harder to separate the pernicious weeds from the serious bloomers and it’s no wonder; law practice management solutions are becoming a mandatory part of law practice in terms of cost effectiveness, efficiency and meeting client demand. Here are our thoughts to guide you in your selection of this important practice tool.
One of the first things people do when starting a practice is rent office space. At least it seems like something that you should be doing. Originally it was all about the image you present and impressing clients with the fancy location with nice furniture. These days more and more firms are doing away with the full-time office location.