In recent years, the cloud has emerged as a transformative tool for businesses across various industries, including the legal sector. Law firms are increasingly adopting cloud-based solutions to enhance their operations, improve collaboration, and ensure data security. However, with this new technology comes a host of questions and concerns. 

Here are some of the most

You may have marketing efforts in place for your firm, but is it a cohesive strategy? Do you have ongoing systems in place to ensure a regular stream of business?

On Center Stage, Danny Decker talks about the mistakes he’s seen lawyers make with their marketing, why email is so under-utilized, and the downsides of

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Perfectionism can be a double-edged sword. On the one hand, perfectionism means that you have high standards and expect the best from those around you. On the other hand, perfectionism can be paralyzing.

In my coaching practice, I have the privilege of advising many high-performing lawyers. They are great

Having coached hundreds of lawyers, I have observed that when the lawyer has been involved in sports of any kind they have valuable sportsmanship experiences that can set the foundation for a successful legal career and we can learn from them.

Meet Danielle R. Browne, a former Columbia University  four-year member of the varsity

This article originally appeared in Forbes.com.

Cash flow is the lifeblood of every business, and it’s a challenge for most business owners to manage even under normal circumstances. It’s much more difficult when we’re dealing with economic uncertainty following this pandemic.

And yet, in a time like this, managing your cash flow is critical. Consistent

Change is never easy. And today even more challenging since every aspect of our lives has changed in some way.  Covid-19 has taught us many things and the most important is resilience.

According to a survey MyCase conducted, 44% of law firms surveyed believe that Covid-19 will have a lasting impact on the way courts