Category : Business Systems

How to Strengthen Your Law Firm’s Online Infrastructure

Protecting Your Law Firm’s Virtual Infrastructure

Jun 25, 2020

If there’s one thing the past few months in lockdown have taught us, it’s that we can conduct a lot more business online than we once assumed we could. Even as lockdowns relax, many businesses, including law firms, are wisely continuing to expand their “virtual reach” to limit people’s need to physically come into the […]

Best Practices for COVID-19 Law Firm Safety

Tips for Law Firm Sanitation and Safety Standards in a COVID-19 World

Jun 18, 2020

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, we all have to adjust to a “new normal” in many ways—and that includes how we run professional businesses like a law firm. This disease may be on the wane, but it isn’t going away anytime soon. How do we handle reopening our offices in a responsible manner, […]

rebooting your law firm

Rebooting Your Law Firm Post-Pandemic (Part 2-Executing Your Plan)

Jun 11, 2020

As pandemic lockdowns ease and businesses begin reopening, it won’t be “business as usual” for our law firms—nor should it be. COVID-19 may be on the wane overall, but it hasn’t disappeared. When looking at rebooting your law firm, you need to formulate a plan of action, not just as to how you will reopen […]

rebooting your law firm

Rebooting Your Law Firm Post-Pandemic (Part 1-Questions to Ask)

Jun 4, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted life for us in so many ways—economically, personally, emotionally, and in many cases, physically. But it has also caused us to see our world through a different lens—and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. As the curve flattens, the lockdowns subside and business reopens, what steps should you take to […]

Solving Common Problems while Running a Law Firm Remotely

Challenges with Running a Law Firm Remotely and How to Handle Them

May 7, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting stay-at-home orders have radically changed the way many of us run our law firms. A few months ago, many attorneys wouldn’t have imagined the idea of having the staff work from home; now, it’s become the new normal, at least for now. That said, it’s not a perfect system. […]

How Your Law Firm Should Prepare for Coronavirus (Part 1)

Your Law Firm, Coronavirus and Preparing for Disruption (Part 2)

Mar 12, 2020

As we continue to watch the rapidly evolving situation regarding the worldwide spread of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), we must remember that knowledge is power, and preparation is always better than panic. We’ve talked about the importance of knowing the facts about the disease and the best ways to keep yourself, your family and your […]

How Your Law Firm Should Prepare for Coronavirus (Part 1)

Your Law Firm, Coronavirus and Preparing for Disruption (Part 1)

Mar 5, 2020

As news of the rapidly spreading Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) sparks concern and even panic around the world, we’re already seeing major ripple effects through almost every sector of society. The stock market has gone on a roller coaster ride, grocery store shelves are emptying, and hand sanitizers and face masks have become major commodities—all in […]

Do More of What Works to Grow Your Law Firm

Law Firm Expansion Tip for 2020: Do More of What Works

Jan 9, 2020

As the new decade rolls around, you’ve likely already set some ambitious goals for expanding your law firm. In keeping with that theme, I want to suggest a tip that isn’t very glamorous but is very effective. To experience greater growth for your law firm this year, do more of what is already working for […]

How Law Practices May Change Drastically in the 2020s

How the Practice of Law Promises to Evolve in the 2020s—and How to Prepare Your Law Firm (Part 2)

Dec 26, 2019

Blockchain AI End of billable hours E-Discovery Globalization of Law New Standards of Excellence   We recently began discussing certain ways in which the practice of law may evolve in the next decade. Let’s continue that discussion not just by exploring new technologies, but looking at how we need to respond to them in the […]

How Law Practices May Change Drastically in the 2020s

How the Practice of Law Promises to Evolve in the 2020s—and How to Prepare Your Law Firm (Part 1)

Dec 19, 2019

If you have practiced law or run a law firm for longer than 10 years, you don’t have to be told how much has changed in a short amount of time. Technology is advancing at an alarming rate, and each new evolution both makes our jobs easier and forces us onto a new learning curve. […]

How to Respond to Negative Online Reviews of Your Law Firm

Do’s and Don’ts of Dealing with a Bad Online Review of Your Law Firm

Nov 14, 2019

The good thing about the Internet: You have instant access to a wealth of information at your fingertips. The bad thing about the Internet: People can say whatever they want, even if it’s untrue or unfair. Fact: If you stay in business long enough, sooner or later someone is going to post a bad review […]

Tips for Breaking out of Ruts with Your Law Firm

Stuck in a Rut with Your Law Firm? Some Common Causes and How to Fix Them

Sep 26, 2019

Have you ever been in a place with your law firm where nothing is particularly wrong, but something just doesn’t feel right? You’ve got a good client load, those clients are happy and paying on time, the office is running smoothly…so what’s missing? Welcome to the club. You’re officially in a rut with your law […]

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