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Defending Those Who Defend Us All

Defending Those Who Defend Us All

 Retired Marine JAG Officer Phillip Stackhouse Fights for Service Members and Contractors Across the Globe, from His Home Base in San Diego There are plenty of attorneys who say they’ll go to the ends of the earth for their clients, but Phillip Stackhouse, L.L.M. has literally done it, successfully defending service members and contractors in […]

Law Firm Profitability and Client Satisfaction: Using a Pricing Pro to Achieve Both

Law Firm Profitability and Client Satisfaction: Using a Pricing Pro to Achieve Both

Law firm leaders understandably see lucrative client work as an important key to overall firm profitability. Left to their own devices, those leaders would eagerly raise rates or otherwise take steps to ratchet up the yield on work. In contrast, their clients often consider the containment of legal costs as a key component to valuable […]

Millennials in Big Law Resistance is Futile

Millennials in Big Law Resistance is Futile

Not since the Baby Boomers has a generation had such a profound impact on our culture, nor has our culture had such a profound impact on a generation. Born between the early 1980s and mid-1990s, millennials are the first digital generation, coming of age at a time when information— virtually all information—has become commoditized and […]

Law Firm Hospitality

Law Firm Hospitality

Picture this: A law school graduate walks into the law firm’s lobby. She’s a little nervous. She walks up to the receptionist, who takes a moment to look up at her. “Can I help you?” she says. She’s not trying to be rude, but she’s busy and doesn’t recognize the visitor. The woman tells the receptionist she’s […]

How to Create a Law Firm Content Marketing Strategy that Gets Results

How to Create a Law Firm Content Marketing Strategy that Gets Results

A comprehensive strategy, which incorporates written content, guest-posting, visual storytelling, PR, distribution, and in-depth analytics is required. Law firms that consistently produce high-quality content produce better business results. If you’re not convinced that content is key to improving your firm’s marketing, consider that content marketing generates three times as many leads as outbound marketing tactics […]

Are Your Practice Groups Working? 5 Reasons Why Law Firm Practice Management Structures Don’t Work

Are Your Practice Groups Working? 5 Reasons Why Law Firm Practice Management Structures Don’t Work

I recently got a call from a firm that wanted to talk about changing their practice management structure. They had questions about how to improve the selection and accountability of the practice group leaders (PGLs) and whether their current structure was working and other models to consider. While those can be valid issues to address, in most cases, […]

What Clients Love (and Hate) about Email Communication from Lawyers

What Clients Love (and Hate) about Email Communication from Lawyers

Clients are increasingly asked to do more with less. They have greater responsibilities, have more work to do and often spend all day going from meeting to meeting or conference call to conference call. Email is often the best way to get messages to clients during hectic days, but their inboxes are on overload. Many clients estimate receiving 250 to […]

9 GROWTH STRATEGIES AND TACTICS from Industry Insiders

9 GROWTH STRATEGIES AND TACTICS from Industry Insiders

Prior to 2008, the legal market was experiencing a 4-6% annual growth in demand. Today, the demand for legal services has stalled at 0%, according to the Thomson Reuters’ 2018 Report on the State of the Legal Market. Combine this with the fact that an HBR Consulting survey found that corporate clients have increased their […]

Community News – February 2019

Community News – February 2019

Wingert Grebing Brubaker & Juskie LLP is proud to announce Ian R. Friedman has been elevated to a partner. Friedman’s diverse practice area includes professional liability defense, business litigation and defense and prosecution of personal injury cases. He was previously named the 2016 Young Attorney of the Year by San Diego Defense Lawyers and has […]

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