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February 20, 2014 POSTED IN: Business Development

Facebook just paid an astonishing $19 billion for WhatsApp, a five year old company with little revenue. But it must be doing something right to command that type of astronomical valuation, don’t you think? What can law firms and lawyers learn from WhatsApp? Focus on One Thing WhatsApp allows people to connect and send messagesREAD MORE

February 19, 2014 POSTED IN: Business Development

There is a tremendous amount of job dissatisfaction among lawyers. The need to bill hours – a lot of them – is a common source of career consternation. This is particularly true among less experienced lawyers who have not acquired other skills (such as a valued niche expertise) or assets (such as a strong bookREAD MORE

February 19, 2014 POSTED IN: Business Development

Attorney at Work, a website that focuses on legal marketing, business development and practice management tips for lawyers and legal marketing professionals, published a recent article I wrote about how to improve client and colleague relationships. If you’ve never checked out Attorney at Work, you should. It’s a great resource and you can subscribe toREAD MORE

February 18, 2014 POSTED IN: Chapter 11 Strategic Communications

Not surprisingly, Detroit’s bankruptcy case has presented novel and interesting legal issues. The largest municipal restructuring in history has also generated significant press coverage. Here are a few lessons that can be learned from the Detroit bankruptcy: 1. Adverse parties are better organized, and better equipped to fight battles in the press. In a traditionalREAD MORE

February 14, 2014 POSTED IN: Branding

As a design firm, we’re often asked to attempt to quantify the value of branding and design work that we do. We now have a bit of additional hard data ammunition to make our case. A recent Fast Company articles analyzes the findings of a report issued by the Design Management Institute which found that over theREAD MORE

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