Table of Authorities Legal Support

Busy lawyers would prefer to focus on casework rather than handle the painstaking task of properly formatting a Table of Authorities, Table of Contents and Points & Authorities. However, these administrative tasks can take up significant time in your schedule. Amata’s Table of Authorities, Table of Contents and Points & Authorities legal support services in Chicago eliminate this frustration for you with help from our experienced paralegals.

Discovery and E-Discovery Services

Amata’s discovery paralegal services in Chicago support attorneys when gathering evidence during the discovery phase. Our discovery and e-discovery legal support team possess the necessary skills and abilities to assist attorneys with all facets of the discovery stage. You can rely on our legal staff to deliver responsive and transparent services.

Michael DeLon: How to Write a Book and Become an Authority in Your Field | THE 1958 LAWYER Podcast

Michael DeLon is the President in Paperback Expert, he is an author, speaker, marketing strategist and business growth coach for business owners and sharp, aggressive entrepreneurs looking to get to the next level in their business. In this episode Michael talks about all the ways you can establish credibility, stand out, and convert leads by publishing a book. He uses three concepts: clarify, simplify, and multiply to harness a lawyer’s journey or life story to make a compelling story out of it which will then be the cornerstone of all their marketing strategies.

Melissa Costello: The Art of Storytelling | THE 1958 LAWYER Podcast

Melissa Costello is the creative lead and chief storyteller for MELISSACOSTELLO.COM’s video-centric take on branding and marketing. In this episode, she shares the value of telling stories in marketing and why marketing through video works for lawyers. They talk about how lawyers today need to start thinking differently about their business and embrace marketing.

How to Identify Information Silos in Virtual Law Firms

Information silos can have a profound impact on any business, but they can be especially devastating for law firms. From inefficiencies and errors to revenue losses, the ramifications of such silos can be widespread and long-lasting. And the risks can be particularly acute in the virtual office space, where colleagues may have relatively few opportunities to engage and collaborate in real-time. But what are information silos, exactly, and how can they be prevented?

Marie Sarantakis: Sarantakis Law Group, LTD | THE 1958 LAWYER Podcast

Marie Sarantakis is the founder of Sarantakis Law Group, LTD. She is a best-selling author, a prominent family law attorney, nationally recognized divorce coach, and the president of Adrikos, LLC. In this episode, Maria talks about narcissism in divorce court cases and defines what it really means and how it differs from mere selfish behavior.

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