Dick's Last Resort & 18th District Police Partner to Deliver Santa's Gifts!

For the 29th year Santa has had help delivering gifts to local Chicago area children, thanks to the efforts of Dick's Last Resort and the 18th District Community Policing Office.

Lead Generation for Attorneys

You're probably a terrific lawyer, but that doesn't make you an expert at sales. Nevertheless, finding new clients is a critical part of running a firm. So what are the best ways to get started if you're a complete beginner?

Tax Considerations & Benefits for Law Firms

Whether you're a partner or an associate in a law firm, the Internal Revenue Service has rules that apply specifically to you as well as several opportunities. Following is a list of tax provisions that affect attorneys in particular.

How to Open a Virtual Law Firm

Virtual offices are sweeping the nation, and if you’re looking to transition from brick-and-mortar into a virtual law firm your options are expanding. You’ve heard of WeWork and Regus but a new sector of virtual law firm providers is popping up.

The High Cost of Employee Turnover at Your Law Firm

Did you know that employee turnover is costing your firm money every year? Click through to see how this high cost is affecting your law firm and what you can do about it.

Do You Need a CFO for Your Law Firm?

Your firm’s financial health is as important as the quality legal work that you provide. You may not be a financial genius, but that’s okay. Click through to learn more about the possibility of working with a virtual CFO.

How to "Right-Size" Your Law Firm

Most people know what the word "downsizing" means. There may be job cuts or layoffs and, ultimately, employees will be out of work. If downsizing means releasing employees, what does "right-sizing" mean? Click through to lean more and see how this process could help your law firm succeed.

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