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Retreats Are For Every Firm- Large or Small

People sometimes seem surprised when I tell them Arthur and I hold an Annual Retreat. They ask, “So, uhm, what do you do?” The short answer is we work on those issues any growing business confronts that never get addressed in the regular course of a business day.

One Way to Start Thinking About Succession Planning

The topic of succession planning for lawyers seems to be everywhere. Arthur and I have encountered various Bar Associations raising awareness on the subject of their graying members.

Arthur Greene Receives Recognition from American Bar Association

Last month, my colleague Arthur Greene traveled to San Francisco to receive the Samuel S. Smith Award for excellence in law practice management awarded by the American Bar Association.

Surround Yourself with Good People

At a recent luncheon I attended, Princeton Women’s Basketball Coach, Courtney Banghart, was the guest speaker. The topic she spoke on was leadership.

Small Firms Can Become Great

In our consulting work with small law firms we have seen that the most financially (and otherwise) successful small firms share certain characteristics. Consider giving attention to any of the five characteristics described here which can lead the firm to better times.

A Partner’s Agreement Checklist

Partner relationships require a comprehensive written agreement. If your firm does not have an agreement, or the current one is outdated, don’t wait for trouble to strike. Now is the time to review the agreement and put the partnership house in order.

Focus on Strengths

Focus on Strengths .

“Checking-in is the Most Important Part of Being a Leader”

“Checking-in is the Most Important Part of Being a Leader” .

It's All About Your People

It's All About Your People .

Do You Want to Be a Tiger?

Do You Want to Be a Tiger? .