Tag Archives: Project management

Can Judges Reduce Litigation Costs?

It’s a familiar scenario – a lawsuit on the evening of trial suddenly settles after years of litigation and seemingly innumerable dollars spent preparing the case.  Most clients wonder whether anything could have been done along the way to settle the case earlier … Continue reading

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Should Lawyers Be Held Accountable For Results?

If you hire a lawyer to consult on a business or personal problem and they give you advice, do you expect that advice to lead to positive results?  Ron Ashkenas, managing partner of Schaffer Consulting, argues that business consultants should … Continue reading

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“Setting Your Expectations”

Common sense – one of the legal consumer’s best tools for navigating the attorney client relationship – can be found in the unlikeliest of places, even in a home remodeling magazine: No matter where you are in the home remodeling … Continue reading

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Attorney Tip #4 – Help “Making Rain”

To further our mission of leveling the playing field between client and attorney, LPR is always on the lookout for media that can help attorneys better serve and communicate with their clients.  These “Attorney Tips” should also be considered by … Continue reading

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“Reality Check for Law Firms” – A Panel Discussion

Last week, Legal Marketing Association held a panel discussion entitled “Reality Check for Law Firms,” during which in-house counsel from MetLife, Elizabeth Arden Inc., and Coby Electronics Corporation “dished on the good, the bad, and the ugly of doing business … Continue reading

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