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Leading Successful Practices Through COVID-19—Learn from Your Peers and Pay It Forward

Leading Successful Practices Through COVID-19—Learn from Your Peers and Pay It Forward

Recently, LawVision hosted a webinar for the members of its Practice Group Professionals Roundtable. This is one of our longest running roundtables, started in 2001. The members are the business directors, chiefs of staff, legal ops leaders for law firm department and practice group leaders— essentially the businesspeople who help the lawyer-leader run the department […]

Coronavirus Cancellations. 7 Tips for Hosting Virtual Meetings.

Coronavirus Cancellations. 7 Tips for Hosting Virtual Meetings.

In the first quarter of 2020, we have experienced an unprecedented change in how we communicate. For many, the preferred method of communication has been in-person. Then, on March 11, 2020, coronavirus (COVID-19) was declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). Institutions across the globe have temporarily closed, from churches in Rome […]

How to Launch a Law Firm Podcast in 6 Steps

How to Launch a Law Firm Podcast in 6 Steps

If “Podcasts are the New Black for Law Firm Business Development,” as has been argued, there is no time like the present for legal marketers to get en vogue and launch their firm’s audio thought leadership into the arena of ideas. Decision makers are increasingly turning to audio formats … Everywhere you look, research and […]

Treat Your Credibility as Central, Not Peripheral

Treat Your Credibility as Central, Not Peripheral

The lawyer preparing their case likely goes through a long list of, “What will they think about …” questions, relating to the facts, the evidence, the arguments, and the law. Eventually, that attorney might get to the question, “And what will they think about me?” Or, maybe not. I think attorneys tend to think of […]

California Case Summaries. New California Civil Cases.

California Case Summaries. New California Civil Cases.

CALIFORNIA SUPREME COURT Evidence Mathews v. Becerra (2019) _ Cal.5th _ , 2019 WL 7176898: The California Supreme Court reversed the trial court’s order sustaining a demurrer, without leave to amend, to plaintiffs’ complaint alleging that the amended and expanded definition of the Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act’s (CANRA; Stats. 1987, ch. 1459.) term […]

13 Best Practices for Attending Conferences

13 Best Practices for Attending Conferences

It’s the beginning of 2020 and time to start planning your schedule of conferences and networking opportunities! Even when you’re an old hand at attending events, we can always use a refresher on tips for attending events and how to make the most of the networking opportunities they present. Here are some quick tips for […]

20 Steps to Avoid Employment Lawsuits

20 Steps to Avoid Employment Lawsuits

I have been asked by more than one frustrated California employer how to avoid or reduce employment lawsuits. It is not an easy question to answer, as there are many variables that go into generating employment law claims. However, in no particular order, what follows is a list of strategies and steps to consider implementing […]

EXCEPTION TO THE RULE

EXCEPTION TO THE RULE

“Chris, Harrison and I are filling something of a generational gap between the Orange County Bar and the community. Many attorneys wait a decade or more before forming their own firm. We’re young, but we have a lot of experience and energy, and we want to serve clients the way we want and the way […]

Structuring Attorney Fees

Structuring Attorney Fees

Your client just received a large jury award or settlement. Your client is satisfied with the outcome and you will be compensated for often years of hard work and out-of-pocket expenses. You can collect your fee as a lump sum, but there is another option: structuring the fee so payments are delayed or spread out […]

Advocating with Compassion. A SHARED VISION OF CLIENT SERVICE.

Advocating with Compassion. A SHARED VISION OF CLIENT SERVICE.

“The best lawyers who get the best results are the ones who really get to know their clients. I tell our people to fully understand our client’s damages because that’s the only way to articulate to the other side what your client’s going through. If you’re too unemotional, if you’re too businesslike you’re not going […]

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