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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to surge in some parts of the country, you’re no doubt facing uncertainty regarding how and when to reopen your law firm. You’re also likely wondering about the future of your law firm and its book of business. One way to abate those concerns is to prioritize preparing your firm for whatever may come. Make sure you’re never caught flat-footed and take steps to ensure business continuity no matter what…
Depending on your location, your area may be in the process of allowing businesses to reopen. If your law firm will be able to reopen its brick and mortar business in the near future, you’re no doubt in the process of preparing the office for a safe reopening for both employees and clients. However, since a virus like COVID-19 is unprecedented in modern times, we’ve never had to go about reopening businesses in the midst…
With unprecedented events such as the COVID-19 pandemic forcing legal professionals to adapt to new working environments, many find themselves confronted with new distractions, time management hurdles, and burnout. To help you combat the emerging challenges associated with an alternative of modified workspace, this ebook offers solutions around how to remain focused and on task as individuals with regard to your mental health. Apply the five simple strategies within right now to increase your productivity…
 As states across the US lift restrictions on non-essential businesses and shelter in place orders, law firms are beginning to reopen their doors. But with public health concerns still looming, attorneys must exercise caution and adopt new operational protocols when repopulating their offices. In our recent webinar panel, attorneys Todd Spodek and Mark Metzger shared their approaches to reopening and resuming standard operations with a focus on the safety of their staff and clients.…
Over the past month I’ve written a series of blog posts on safely reopening your law firm. These posts cover all of the issues that you’ll need to be address before reopening your office  for business. In Part 1 I discussed the importance of creating a reopening committee, in Part 2  I focused on how to prepare your workplace, and in Part 3 I discussed how to prepare your workforce. In last week’s post
As most states shift into phased reopening plans, you’re undoubtedly thinking about the process of opening your law firm’s doors. As I’ve discussed in my last few posts, reopening a law firm in the midst of a worldwide pandemic is no easy feat – and it’s an issue of first impression for all of us. There are lots of unfamiliar issues to think about and as a result, you may not know where to start.…
As states across the US lift restrictions on non-essential businesses and shelter in place orders, law firms are beginning to reopen their doors. But with public health concerns still looming, attorneys must exercise caution and adopt new operational protocols when repopulating their offices. In our upcoming webinar, we’ll hear directly from a select panel of managing attorneys at the forefront of the epidemic. They’ll share their approaches to reopening and resuming standard operations with a focus on…
Many areas of the country are beginning to slowly reopen, and law firms are typically one of the first types of businesses permitted to open. This means that many lawyers are in the process of making plans to safely reopen their law firms’ doors to the public. If you’ve already started the process, you know that there are a lot of moving parts involved, with your top priority being to keep your employees and clients…