February 2017

What Is Insolvency?

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What Is Insolvency?

Insolvency is a general term for any legal proceeding or business arrangement that enables a failed or troubled business to seek to liquidate its assets, pay its creditors, and terminate or reorganize its business operation.

There are three basic options available for dealing with the difficult juror: remove the juror through a peremptory challenge, rehabilitate the juror, or seek a challenge for cause.

To be successful, law firms must take the initiative and ask their clients, “What can we do to create complete satisfaction in our relationship?” And then law firms must be prepared to make sure their clients get what they have asked for.

This article is the second of four installments exploring ways to keep the spark of enthusiasm alive in your law practice.

This article focuses exclusively on Pillar I of the Four Pillars of Marketing and will discuss how best to leverage and expand your current clients, contacts, and referral sources. So let’s get started!

Part 1 of this article, published in the January 2017 edition of the eReport, addressed the challenges of choosing topics and finding audiences when offering a virtual presentation. Part 2 focuses on strategies designed to engage viewers/listeners who will ultimately either refer or become a client.

Not only can the practice of mindfulness give you new peace of mind and give your clients greater confidence in your ability to achieve their legal objectives, but it just might help extend your life.

Technology news and tips to help you become more efficient and effective. In this month’s column: protect yourself and your practice from problems with technology.

As streaming movies and TV shows becomes more popular, the tools available to facilitate this activity likewise increase.


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