News last week about attorneys in New York charging more than $1,000 an hour came as no surprise to many lawyers. After all, most of us already charge in the lower five-figure range. While ridiculously lucrative (I’m actually writing this from Belize, a country I purchased last week), it does present serious billing challenges. For instance, how best do you represent your time when each minute is worth about $167.00? Instead of describing how I manage to do this successfully, here is one of my more recent bills, with sensitive client data removed. [Read more...]
On occasion, we’ll cover fundamental considerations for your practice. These are resources that, in your hectic schedule, you have likely overlooked, taken for granted, or have concluded are too complicated to implement for your practice. Our first practice basic deals with thermal fax paper, which is a frequently overlooked but valuable office tool.