Business of Law
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.
Knowing whether to accept a partial payment—and if so, how much of a discount to give—requires a subtle balancing of several factors.
When to remind clients about their non-payment, and why such reminders are so important.
Unpaid invoices can present unique learning opportunities for attorneys.
To improve the odds of getting paid, keep clients in the loop on the status of the work—and the bills.
A London-based designer offers tips on how to craft the right visual identity for a law practice.
How to spend more wisely and work more efficiently to find a BI solution that works for your firm.
Are You Audit Ready? Strategies, Tools, and Tactics to Address Compliance Concerns in the Legal Industry
While formal audits are pretty rare, every client is concerned about the security of their law firms.