Business of Law
A few simple steps can really advance your practice, not to mention elevate the overall impression clients have when they deal with your office.
To stay off everyone's naughty list this holiday season, mind your manners—and take this true/false etiquette quiz.
California businesses face revised rules for their automatic renewal practices, especially if they include a “free trial” feature.
A few clicks of the computer can yield a treasure trove of information about a party or key witness.
A proven recipe for a successful small firm partnership: Talk often and don’t sweat over money.
Most fee complaints fall into four general categories. Here's an overview and analysis of each type of complaint.
Here are the core practices that you should follow in your response to a client's complaint about fees.
If a client is in arrears but has an ongoing matter—litigation or otherwise—at some point, you will need to decide when to withdraw representation.
A law firm's technology strategy needs careful long-term planning to grow and thrive.
After creating a road map for a law firm’s technology vision, take these three crucial steps to set the plan into motion.