Law-Firm Compensation Systems ExplainedBy Helen W. GunnarssonJune 2008Article, Page 288Wondering whether your firm's compensation scheme needs an overhaul? Here's a look at what others are doing.
A solo’s advice on going soloBy Helen W. GunnarssonMarch 2008Lawpulse, Page 118 A young sole practitioner's take on the perils and pleasures of hanging out your shingle.
Are e-mail disclaimers really necessary?By Helen W. GunnarssonFebruary 2008Lawpulse, Page 66They really are, some lawyers say. In fact, you should put them at the beginning, not the end, of your messages, other lawyers say.
Law Firm Marketing 101By G. M. FiliskoJanuary 2008Article, Page 20You didn’t go to law school to be a salesperson, but you still have to sell yourself to prospective clients. Here’s how.
Putting Your Firm on the WebBy Mary Katherine DannaNovember 2005Article, Page 572Should you build a Web site? Buy a listing in an online directory? Here's an introduction to Web-based marketing.
The Truth About Going SoloBy Helen W. GunnarssonOctober 2005Article, Page 510Three ISBA members speak from experience about the joys and challenges of solo practice.
Handling High-Maintenance ClientsBy Helen W. GunnarssonAugust 2005Article, Page 398Angry clients, irrational clients, obsessive clients – how do you handle them? ISBA lawyers share their strategies.
Burnout and the High Cost of TurnoverBy Paul SullivanAugust 2004Column, Page 431Does burnout have your best employees looking elsewhere? Learn the warning signs and find out how you can create a less stressful working environment.
Communicating ChangeBy Maureen B. CollinsJune 2004Column, Page 321Heads out of the sand, you ostriches; confront change directly and talk about it honestly.