Posts Tagged ‘lawyers’

The Nasty Lawyer Letter Is Great But … Then What?

The Nasty Lawyer Letter Is Great But … Then What?
Your business has been jilted…by a vendor, or a customer, or a competitor, or a government agency. Somebody has not fulfilled his, her or its obligations to you. Dammit, your rights have been violated, and you want your lawyer to DO something about. Not file a lawsuit – that’s too expensive. Write...
September 17th, 2015 | Metropreneurial Legal Insights | Read More

Signs You’ve Got A Lawyer You Can Trust

Signs You’ve Got A Lawyer You Can Trust
I often write about how to be a smart legal consumer, and an important part of that is finding a lawyer you can trust. I don’t mean “trust” in the sense of being dishonest with you or your money, because I think it is a very short list of lawyers you cannot trust in that sense. Rather, I mean trust...
October 16th, 2014 | Metropreneurial Legal Insights | Read More

Clients, Be All That You Can Be (For You)

Clients, Be All That You Can Be (For You)
I have written about what businesses should expect from your lawyers, and also about how you should expect your lawyer to go about representing you. But what should clients do? I do not mean that from the sense that clients owe certain things to their service providers. The client is the customer and...
January 16th, 2014 | Metropreneurial Legal Insights | Read More

Case Close helps lawyers run their practices more efficiently

Case Close helps lawyers run their practices more efficiently
CEO and Co-Founder Brian Augsburger Attorneys at small and medium-sized law firms are generally very pressed for time, as they often lack the support services available at large firms. Thankfully web-based legal practice management software, such as Case Close, is helping lawyers run their practices...
October 31st, 2011 | Business Profiles | Read More