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.
Calculated Overhead to Determine ProfitabilityBy Paul SullivanMarch 2003Column, Page 143Can you truly measure how much each lawyer costs your firm and how much profit he or she generates? Here's a guide to getting an accurate cost/revenue picture.
Insuring Your Law PracticeBy Paul SullivanJanuary 2003Column, Page 41What kinds of insurance does your practice need, and how much? Here's an overview.
Have You Hugged Your Backup Lately?By Paul SullivanSeptember 2002Column, Page 489It's not a matter of whether you'll have a computer failure but when. Here's how to tell whether your backup system is up to snuff.
Emergency Preparedness Pointers for LawyersBy Paul SullivanMay 2002Column, Page 265Let's face it; sometimes you can't prevent fires, floods, violent attacks and the like from wreaking havoc in the workplace. But you can prepare for the worst.
Make Your Banker Your PartnerBy Paul SullivanNovember 2001Column, Page 599Need a loan to grow your practice or even out cash flow? Here's what your banker has to offer and what you'll be asked to provide in return.
Just Another Day at the OfficeBy Paul SullivanJanuary 2001Column, Page 43If you run the business side of a law practice, you've probably had a day or two like this one.
Jump-Start Your Cash FlowBy Paul SullivanSeptember 2000Column, Page 539Do you know where your money goes, and where and when it comes in? Here are tips to help you get control of your receipts and expenses.
Learn to Be a Lawyer-EntrepreneurBy Paul SullivanSeptember 1999Column, Page 497Competition is more fierce than ever, clients are more demanding; but you can rise to the challenge if you think like an entrepreneur, not a ``technician.''