Advocate Capital Webinar: Law Firm Taxes with Robert Wood
By Elizabeth KapamasWe are excited to announce our upcoming webinar, ‘Law Firm Taxes’, with Donna Jones, President and Director of Client Experiences with Advocate Capital, Inc., and Robert W. Wood, Tax Lawyer and Managing Partner at Wood LLP.
Join us for an educational conversation about law firm taxes. Explore methods of presenting tax information best...
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Invoice Tips for Law Firms
By Elizabeth KapamasIn order to avoid receiving late payments, it’s important to understand that clients being forgetful is sometimes part of the human experience. Your firm should communicate clearly with your client regarding your billing cycle at some point and keep you both on track through digital reminders and modern processes. Below are some tips t...
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Repurposing and Refreshing Your Law Firm Marketing Content
When your law firm is brainstorming marketing content for your firm, it can be helpful to occasionally look at your past content to see what performed well and repurpose or refresh it. Doing so can introduce content that you know your audience enjoyed to new audiences you may not have reached before.
Refreshing the content would be rewriting and updating...
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Measuring And Analyzing Your Firm's Marketing Efforts
Brainstorming, planning, creating, editing, publishing: These are all steps in the marketing process for your law firm, but one of the most essential steps is analyzing your results. If you want to grow your law firm and attract new customers, you need to know how to analyze your marketing efforts and adjust them often.
According to The Legal Examiner, it...
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Your Law Firm Brand
Your brand is what defines your law firm and makes you stand out from your competitors.
You want your firm's brand to be genuine and show through all aspects of your business. Doing a thorough analysis of your law firm's marketing and client interactions to ensure that it is consistent and accurate to the brand you want to portray can be beneficial.
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Preparing Your Law Firm For a Recession
With a potential economic recession on the horizon, it's important to take time to plan for the future and learn from history so that your law firm can continue to sustain and grow no matter the economic circumstances.
According to Julie Savarino of Attorney at Work, during the Great Recession studies showed that businesses benefitted from continuing the...
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North Carolina Ag-Gag Law Rejected by Fourth Circuit Court
According to Public Justice, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the fourth circuit has rejected claims from the state of North Carolina that conducting undercover investigations of animal agriculture facilities, daycares, nursing homes, etc., and publishing the results is outside of the scope of protection of the First Amendment.
This is a win for the plainti...
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Essential Soft Skills For Lawyers
By Elizabeth KapamasOne of the biggest keys to business success is having a team with strong, soft skills. These skills are valuable because they aren’t "hackable," as Bull Garlington of Attorney at Work states. Developing soft skills requires understanding the underlying personal faculties. There is an entanglement of the classic soft skills with deep ch...
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Organic Law Firm Growth Tips
By Elizabeth KapamasAs law firms recover from the pandemic and begin focusing on their 2023 business goals, here are four things to consider to help your firm grow organically and adapt to modern changes.
Mallory Hendry of Canadian Lawyer provided some tips on organic law firm growth.Lead and Referral System Through Existing Costumers
Staying relevant to...
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Worker Safety Law Affirmed by Third Circuit Court
According to Sky Chadde of Investigate Midwest, Pennsylvania food processing plant workers filed a lawsuit against the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) at the beginning of the pandemic because their employer did not provide them with face coverings or enough space to follow the federal government's social distancing and PPO guidelines...
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