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Art of Getting Paid

What’s the Best Billing Measurement: 1/10 Hour, 1/4 Hour, or Non-Hourly?

Every billing approach, be it fixed-fee or hourly, has pros and cons to keep in mind.

By Frederick Hertz | April 2016

Legal Marketing

Law Firm Marketing: 6 Spring Cleaning Tips

Are your law firm’s marketing strategies stale and dusty? Shake them out with these expert digital marketing tips.

By Rahul Alim | March 2016

Art of Getting Paid, Uncategorized

Before Accepting Credit Card Payments for Legal Fees, Think Documentation

There are many issues to keep in mind when documenting credit card payments from clients.

By Frederick Hertz | March 2016

Legal Marketing

The Death of Online Advertising: How Ad Blockers Will Change Law Firm Marketing

Will most online ads soon go the way of the Yellow Pages?

By William Peacock | March 2016

Art of Getting Paid

Payment Authorization: When Should You Swipe the Client’s Credit Card?

Before you can charge a client's card, you need a reliable payment authorization system in place.

By Frederick Hertz | March 2016

Art of Getting Paid

Mobile Payment Apps to Collect Legal Fees: How to Get Started

Here are a few practical and technological considerations for using mobile payment apps in your practice.

By Frederick Hertz | February 2016

Art of Getting Paid

‘Squaring’ Away New Credit Card Payment Solutions for Legal Fees

Tips on how to accept credit card payments from clients.

By Frederick Hertz | February 2016

Art of Getting Paid

What Happens When Joint Clients Have a Dispute Over the Fees?

Tips on how to resolve conflicts between joint clients about their payment obligations.

By Frederick Hertz | February 2016

Art of Getting Paid

Ethical Dilemma: How to Deal With an Unconventional Billing Arrangement

Whenever you are dealing with an unconventional billing situation, things can unravel unless you take precautions.

By Frederick Hertz | February 2016

Art of Getting Paid

When Is It OK for a Non-Client to Pay the Fees?

Such an arrangement raises logistical questions, but also presents a dilemma about decision-making and strategy.

By Frederick Hertz | January 2016
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