“I’m not paying for that.” In Manigault v. Daly & Sorenson, LLC, a client accused her law firm of abusing minimum billing increments. She stated her firm used 15-minute increments to bill her when the “specified work took far less time to accomplish.” She refused to pay her $84,500 bill.
The accounting department. They’re the gatekeepers. They approve, negotiate and process your invoices. They ensure that you’re paid on time for your hard work. Become their ally and your collection realization rates climb. Alienate them and realization rates drop. The accounting department is treated as an afterthought Are you making
It’s such a hassle, why bother? Compliance requires more time; it increases your workload. It creates unnecessary stress and anxiety. It’s certainly helpful for your business but it probably won’t improve your bottom-line much. Is this true? Is compliance the dreary time sink so many believe it to be? Or
Compliant time tracking. When most hear this phrase they instantly glaze over. Compliance. If you’re like most professionals, the word “compliance” induces a special kind of dread. If you’ve experienced the demands that come with compliance requirements you know why. It’s a lot of work. Compliant Time Tracking: The secret
Hiring a virtual assistant will be a godsend, but can you trust them? They can be an invaluable part of your support team. But only if you choose the right ones. Choose well and you receive an incredible amount of free time and revenue. Choose poorly and you may lose
Are you working too hard? Many attorneys feel they’re forced to make a terrible choice. Between their family and work. Or their body and sanity over work. As the demands on attorneys go up, their ability to cope falls. You’re expected to do more with less. What if you’re running