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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 […]

The Value of a STRONG NARRATIVE

The Value of a STRONG NARRATIVE

A Huge Win for a Respected Physician’s Breach of Fiduciary Duty, Constructive Fraud and Legal Malpractice Case Proves the Value of a Strong Narrative Strategy for Keller/Anderle LLP ” Trials are a matter of inches. Provided you develop and follow a strong narrative and don’t allow yourself or your team to deviate from that narrative, […]

Law Firm Business Development: “Plans Are Useless, but Planning Is Indispensable…”

Law Firm Business Development: “Plans Are Useless, but Planning Is Indispensable…”

“In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable.” – Dwight D. Eisenhower Lawyers detest creating business development plans. They delay and resist as long as possible, and when their firm finally brings down the hammer, too often they create something pro forma that lets them check the […]

3 Digital Marketing Tips for Lawyers Seeking Traumatic Brain Injury Cases Online

3 Digital Marketing Tips for Lawyers Seeking Traumatic Brain Injury Cases Online

One of the greatest professional concerns facing personal injury lawyers today is an ever-expanding pool of competition online. By focusing your law firm’s digital marketing efforts on particular types of injuries, such as traumatic brain injuries (TBI), you can stand out from your competitors online and establish a distinct presence in search results. Here are […]

The Lateral Attorney Transition Two Tips To Make Your Next Hire a Good One

The Lateral Attorney Transition Two Tips To Make Your Next Hire a Good One

Anyone in the legal community knows that a popular method for growing business is to acquire laterals— successful attorneys who already have built a significant book of business. The idea is simple and straightforward: find a lawyer or group of lawyers with millions in business and acquire the business they control. This is a proven […]

California Case Summaries ADR™ Organized Succinct Summaries of New California Civil Cases

California Case Summaries ADR™ Organized Succinct Summaries of New California Civil Cases

CALIFORNIA COURTS OF APPEAL Arbitration Uber Technologies v. Google (2018) _ Cal.App.5th _ , 2018 WL 4658745: The Court of Appeal reversed the superior court’s discovery order (in favor of Uber) that overruled an arbitration panel’s discovery order (in favor of Google). The case arose from an arbitration proceeding by Google against its former employees […]

How and Why to Start and Market Your Own Non-Profit Organization

How and Why to Start and Market Your Own Non-Profit Organization

Here’s one of the best-kept secrets in lawyer marketing. Few attorneys take advantage of it. But those who actively pursue it can gain significant competitive advantages most attorneys only dream about. Plus, they provide much-needed help to people in their community. If you see lawyers making key contacts by working in non-profit organizations—and if competing […]

Do Not Overspend On Law Firm Office Space

Do Not Overspend On Law Firm Office Space

When lawyers are selecting office space for their law office, the decision is often very difficult. For most lawyers, they want office space that sends a message. They want office space that is going to impress and attract clients. They want to feel great when they are sitting in their shiny office. At the same […]

Speaking the Language of Real Estate, Business and the Law

Speaking the Language of Real Estate, Business and the Law

The strength of the team is each member. The strength of each member is the team. – Phil Jackson Robert P. Robinson, Esq. always wanted to lead his own legal team and firm, but early on realized that at the age of 25 with no law experience hanging out a shingle would be at best […]

The Introvert Lawyer’s Guide to Networking

The Introvert Lawyer’s Guide to Networking

A few years ago, a meme that I found hilarious circulated the internet. It read “Introverts of the world unite! Separately. In your own homes.” That meme is both true and not true, and maybe that’s why it is funny. It is true because introverts tend not to like large group activities, but it is […]

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