Are you an internet addict? In this video podcast episode, we’re excited to offer the first 15 minutes of this completely original session! Watch and learn as Mr. Port explores the hazards of constant connectedness and what attorneys can do to manage their risks!
…There is a huge and very specific pocket of inefficiency that currently exists in the market for legal services.
While lawyers (particularly business lawyers) are trying harder than ever to generate and keep clients, there exists a ton of aggressive, smart entrepreneurs who need good legal services – and are willing to pay for them – but don’t seek them out for fear of irregular and/or unbounded bills.
One of the many cool things about working in our space is that I get the opportunity to regularly read opinions on the legal profession written by the innovators who are actively involved, on a day-to-day basis, in trying to improve it. Frequently these folks offer spot-on practical advice. Simple,
Recently we featured an article titled “5 Summer Dressing Tips for Lawyers“. One of our readers, Cate Eranthe, pointed out that all the tips were for men. She offered to write a piece for women lawyers to round out our offering. Thanks Cate! Here in the San Francisco Bay Area
In Jacoby & Meyer’s complaint filed on May 18, 2011 in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, the Firm alleges that the “out-dated” Rules of Professional Conduct “severely restrict” their ability to “raise the capital necessary to pay for improvements in technology and infrastructure.” Just like any other business that wants to scale while maintaining a high level of service, they need some funding.
In Part I of this series , we offered three tips for helping to create contracts that better achieve a client’s fundamental business goals. With the value and misgivings of work precedent previously addressed, today we share two more tips that have also yielded positive results. 4. Don’t Be