Marketing Your Practice via Social MediaBy Maria KantzavelosApril 2013Article, Page 180You can find clients on Facebook and LinkedIn. Or, more to the point, they can find you. But be sure to go about it the right way or you'll lose business and run afoul of ethics rules.
Riding the DIY WaveBy Maria KantzavelosMarch 2013Article, Page 128Lawyers should respond to do-it-yourself law sites by serving clients in new ways, an Elmhurst lawyer suggests.
Sharpening Your Pencil: Financial Basics for Law FirmsBy Maria KantzavelosFebruary 2013Article, Page 76Are your employees getting the tax relief they deserve? Are you? Should you process your own payroll? A CPA tells lawyers a thing or two about the business side of running a practice.
E-Filing Gets the Green LightBy Maria KantzavelosJanuary 2013Article, Page 20Are you ready for service by e-mail? Filing at 11:59 p.m.? The electronic record as official court record? Effective January 1, the Illinois Supreme Court has taken a big, 21st-Century step toward making e-filing the norm and not the exception.
Handling Confrontational ClientsBy Maria KantzavelosDecember 2012Article, Page 636Learn techniques to help you manage your relationship with confrontational clients.
For Sale by Owner: Getting the Most for Your Law PracticeBy Maria KantzavelosOctober 2012Article, Page 524How much is your practice worth? How can you maximize its value? How do you find buyers? Even if you aren't ready to sell, experts say the time to ask yourself these questions is now.
Through the “Meeting Legal Needs” LensBy Maria KantzavelosJuly 2012Article, Page 356Among other projects, ISBA President John E. Thies will promote adequate funding of and public trust in Illinois courts and examine the law-student debt crisis. Here's a look at the year ahead.
Taking Your Practice to the CloudBy Maria KantzavelosApril 2012Article, Page 188Wouldn't it be great to access case files from your laptop or store essential documents where no disaster can reach them? You can, and here's how.