For this offering, we are grateful to have a guest blogger, labor lawyer Denise Blommel, has again weighed in on some pertinent issues as we go forward into the new normal. Thank you, Denise. Jim Collins is one of my favorite business authors. His 2011 Great By Choice: Uncertainty, Chaos, and Luck – Why Some... Continue Reading →
Since so many of us have been WFH (working from home), we've likely learned some important lessons about our technology. Think you've learned what you need to know about cybersecurity? Read these tips from our friends at Sensei Enterprises and see how you are doing. Want to hear more from Sharon Nelson and John Simek,... Continue Reading →
Making a succession plan is like making a will. Sometimes people avoid doing it because they think if they don't nothing bad will happen to them. But with the pandemic raging on, particularly in Arizona, this is not the time magical thinking. If you don't have a succession plan for your practice, particularly if you... Continue Reading →
We previously offered a post by Arizona employment lawyer, Denise Blommel. Since that post (which you'll note has now been deleted), there have been changes in the law. Here is Denise's updated version, for which we, at Practice 2.0, are grateful. My last blogpost was written in March, 2020, before the March 30 Stay Home,... Continue Reading →
Maybe you are waiting for Bar results, maybe you've just been practicing for a short while. Either way, here are some tips you may want to consider.
If you are a solo practitioner, here are some tips to help you succeed.
Is technology the enemy of lawyer well-being or is it an invaluable partner? Check out my newest article in Law Practice Magazine. While you are at it, take the opportunity to register for the ABA TECHSHOW 2020, February 26 - 29, 2020, at techshow.com. If you use code EP2002 at checkout you'll get discounted registration.
If we had a nickel for every time a lawyer told us that they are terrified of having, and managing, a client trust account . . . well, we'd have a lot of nickels; bags of them, in fact. We know; there's something daunting about client trust accounts - requirements, records, the fear of an... Continue Reading →
Using technology in practice is not only fine, it's essential. But are we missing out of the interpersonal contact that clients need, expect and want? Check out my newest column for the ABA's Law Practice Today webzine - it's all about enriching your client's experience with personal attention.