January 20, 2009 Articles

Jumpstarting Forseeability: Third Party Premises Liability

By Bruce A. Jacobs

After opening your solo practice, it is essential to build and maintain client relationships. This was the subject of a recent podcast, "New Lawyer: New Solo."

The podcast presents steps to help a solo practitioner succeed after establishing his or her practice. The podcast host, attorney Kyle R. Guelcher, a solo practitioner from Springfield, Massachusetts, and chair of the Massachusetts Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, speaks with attorney Gabriel Cheong, the principal attorney of Infinity Law Group, LLC, in Massachusetts, about important steps a new lawyer can take after starting his or her own law firm—such as networking, budgeting, marketing (including alternative marketing techniques such as blogging), and building and maintaining client relationships.

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