Call 855-808-4530 or email [email protected] to receive your discount on a new subscription.
Nobody enjoys visiting the dentist, but everybody knows you still must pay him or her on the day of service. Attorneys, however, have historically let the client lead the payment dance. Lawyers do the work and hope/expect to be paid without waiting too long or discounting the invoice too steeply. What can we do differently?
I arrived early for my root canal last week, and as if the anticipatory anxiety wasn’t bad enough, it was heightened when I realized that I left my wallet at home. Why the increased anxiety? Because I knew that dentists require payment before you leave the office. As I was worrying about my wallet, I had an epiphany — lawyers can learn a lot from dentists, especially when it comes to establishing billing and collecting expectations. (Dentists have successfully eliminated the billing component, which has been replaced by the payment receipt.)
*May exclude premium content
By Kyle Reese and Nathan Curtis
In 2020, information governance may have been sacrificed in the face of an urgent, global crisis. As understandable as that is, it’s time now to step back and assess best practices for the new operational model that is here to stay.
By Lawrence L. Bell
In addition to funding the government and further COVID-19 relief, the recently signed Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) included significant provisions impacting health benefit coverage.
By Jaimie B. Field
How to motivate attorneys to do rainmaking activities has become a critical question during the pandemic because the usual avenue that the predominance of attorneys used to build books of business of in-person networking had been eliminated for almost 15 months.
By Jacob Weichholz, Daniel Mayo and Chris DeMayo
A summary of information on the various Small Business Association (SBA) loans that are available under the new federal economic stimulus package. Continually updated; last update March 12, 2021 with highlights of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) signed by President Biden on March 11.