- Big Fees »
by Bernie Mazaheri
- In today’s environment too many lawyers have lost sight of what a reasonable fee really is. They charge too little.
- Big Clients »
by William T. Hogan III
- Don’t think that big clients are out of your reach. Solos and small firm lawyers have increasing opportunities to service Fortune 1000 clients.
- Small Firms and Big Litigation »
by Jeffrey L. Solomon and Silvia Coulter
- Regardless of how a large matter comes to a small firm, be sure to manage your resources efficiently, communicate effectively, and build strong relationships.
- Small Firm in a Big Pond: Big City Practice »
by Laurel G. Bellows
- How does a small firm position itself to attract and retain clients in the midst of so much competition?
- Do You Really Need a Big Office? »
by Miriam Rittmaster
- Savvy lawyers can create a big office atmosphere that doesn’t require a big office budget.
- Big Victories, Big Losses »
by Jeffrey C. Robinson
- Solos often base their sense of victory or loss not solely on money but on whether they have helped the client.
- Avoiding Big Mistakes »
by Timothy J. Gephart
- The first step in establishing a program to manage the risk of professional liability is understanding the types of errors that lead to malpractice claims.
- Big Egos: Dealing with Legends in Their Own Minds »
by Kathy F. Bernhard
- Are there egomaniacs in your firm who bully and abuse others? If so, it might be time to conduct a jerk audit.
- From the Editor »
by Joan M. Burda
- Is Big Really Better?
- The Chair’s Corner »
by Robert A. Zupkus
- Big Dog, Little Dog
- GP|Solo Division News
- Nominating Committee Report
- Letter to the Editor »
- Ready Resources »
- Ready Resources in BIG Topics
- Being Solo »
by David Leffler
- Introductions: A Powerful Marketing Tool
- In the Solution »
Andrew J. Rothermel
- When Your Colleague Is in Big Trouble
- Product Review »
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- Guerilla Tactics for Getting the Legal Job of Your Dreams
- GP Mentor »
by Florencio (Larry) Ramirez
- Being a General Practitioner in a Big Firm