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[caption id="attachment_1172" align="alignleft" width="266"] What Does Your Firm Name Say About You?[/caption] Recently I had the pleasure of being introduced to one of the finest and most exemplary law firms in the state of Connecticut (if not in the whole nation).  To say they are one of the top law firms with regards to client experience that I have EVER come in contact with is truly not an over statement.  When I first spoke with the managing partner and the partner in charge of operations I was gravely concerned about how the project I was being...

As the end of 2017 is fast approaching, (yes it will be here before you know it, Christmas is just around the corner) we all need to take a long look at our “to do” lists for 2018 and then really start planning for the New Year.  For those of you who attended PILMMA in September, you are a little bit ahead of the game – you’ve already started this process.  Your minds are racing and you’ve hopefully already started taking many of the millions of ideas that you learned in Nashville back to your...

Give Your “Brand” a Boost You wouldn't go to a chiropractor for cosmetic surgery, so why would you just a “graphic designer” develop your firm's brand? First impressions are lasting impressions – they are your brand, who you are and they are an integral part of your firm’s client experience. Make sure your firm communicates who you are with a brand that's worthy of you are. It's around when you're not, it’s the first thing a potential client encounters and it will be something that they remember long after they’ve completed their case with you. It’s important...

I follow a lot of legal and political discussions around the U.S. It is fascinating to see how inconsistent laws can be from state to state or even city to state. There have been quite a few recent discussions related to changing workers’ compensation laws—specifically in North Carolina and Illinois. Many of the line items proposed were polar opposites. When I saw an article about cell phone usage laws in the city of Philadelphia differing from those in the state, it got me thinking about how confusing differences in the law can be for Joe...