In some situations, your law firm may need to adjust a clients invoice. It could be due to lack of communication of your billing process, dissatisfaction with service or simply trying to bargain your rate. No matter the reason, rate reductions add up over time and can hurt you bottomline.
The recording for this live stream is available. Register here to access it for free! Over the last year, we’ve watched the needs of our clients evolve and it prompted us to make some changes. Maintaining revenue is an important aspect of your business and having a high-level view of
Free legal consultations are a great way to vet clients to determine if they’ll be a good fit and assess whether you can handle their case. There are hidden downsides to offering free consultations though. This blog will help you weigh your options to determine if your law firm should
The ABA approved credit card processing for legal fees in 1974. However, law firm credit card processing has been slowly adopted or viewed as unsafe. Only 62 percent of large and midsize firms use online payments consistently — even with well-established methods like ACH, eChecks, and credit card processing. The
Many factors come into play with law firm billing and if you don’t have efficient processes in place it can become a major headache to manage. From accurately billing time, managing client expectations, and monitoring collections, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. In this blog, you will learn the best practices
It’s no secret that data security for law firms is of the upmost importance. News outlets like the BBC and the WSJ state that law firms are a favorite target for cybercriminals. Land a large client and you become a target for cybercriminals. The ABA TechReport shows most attacks are