Today Ed takes on your questions! Based on a comment from a Facebook fan, he explores whether incentive-based compensation exists for lawyers.
The ABA Journal has opened the nomination process for its annual Blawg 100, a list of the 100 best law-focused blogs on the Web.
The publication is requesting short submissions from people who have found that my blog, LawBiz Blog (www.lawbizblog.com) has provided valuable and timely information in my area, law practice management.
If you have enjoyed my blog postings over the past year (and prior years), I hope you will act as one of my “friends of court.” The process is quick and easy, and will take no more than a few moments of your time.
Simply click on the link below and fill out the short form. The deadline for submission is 7 p.m. ET on Friday, September 7th.
Thanks in advance for taking part!
The Blawg 100 Amici Nomination Form
Ed's wife reminds him that there's no such thing as a free lunch, but today Ed shares tips that will promote your firm and services at little expense.
The Problem with Bankruptcy Isn't Attorneys' Fees, It's Executive Incompetence - As Posted in Alan Weiss's Contrarian Consulting Blog.
Recently my article about Who Sets The Lawyer Fees was used as a guest blog by Alan Weiss. The blog discusses the recent Wall Street Journal article about the Justice Department's attempt to control fees that the bankruptcy lawyers seek, and the possibility that the U.S. Trustee Program may now be entering the fray.
In case you missed it, here's the link to Alan's blog: bit.ly/KoDDLx