Practice Points

Optimizing Inclusion: Building and Benefiting from a Diverse Law Firm

By Stephanie Richards – March 25, 2021 | Firms which support a diversity and inclusion initiative appeal to clients who hold the same values.

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Why Early Settlement Should Be Considered During the Pandemic

By Amy L. Drushal – January 19, 2021 | All clients want their day in court and to have their voices heard. But that may not happen anytime soon, so what other options do practitioners have for pending matters?

Checking Boxes and Your Forms: Why Understanding IRS Forms 1099 Is Key

By Robert W. Wood – January 19, 2021 | IRS Forms 1099 allow computer matching of Social Security numbers with dollar amounts paid and received. Learn more about Forms 1099, changes in tax reporting, and how they can affect your practice.

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Networking That Works

Networking can be an important business development tool for all attorneys, but especially litigators. It is important for lawyers to strategically choose where, how and with whom to network. Marketing consultant Carol Schiro Greenwald and IP litigator Michael Steger discuss these issues in this Sound Advice. (14:49 min.)

Remote Work Benefits for Solo & Small Firm Litigators

By Michael Steger, Kelsey Heino and David Seserman – January 19, 2021 | The COVID-19 pandemic accelerate a shift to remote practice. Small firm attorney Kelsey Heino and solos David Seserman and Michael Steger discuss some welcome benefits of working and practicing remotely during these trying times. (14:17 min)

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Solo & Small Firm

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