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NO GUTS, NO GLORY - AM I READY TO RUN MY OWN SHOP?



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Date: 06/16/2016

3 Law Practice Management  CLE Credits

This seminar has been approved for transitional and non-transitional credits.

 

Learn the nuts and bolts of operating your own solo or small personal injury firm.
Hear from our distinguished panel to determine whether you are ready and how to do it right!

 

Running a law firm can be a wonderful, exciting and successful if the firm runs as a business. Learn from personal experience how a law firm can successfully grow and prosper while avoiding potential pitfalls.

 

This seminar is chaired by Edward Steinberg, Esq., a founding partner of Leav & Steinberg, LLP who grew the firm from 2 attorneys with no staff to a firm of 24 including 9 attorney’s and support staff handling over 1,000 cases. 

 

Edward Steinberg:
* Focus on profit margin
* Investing in staff
* Marketing and growing your base of clients
* Evaluating your intake and value of settlements

 

Alan Greenberg:

Quality vs. Quantity - the Plaintiff’s conundrum - which law firm do you want to operate? A perspective from a small firm owner.

 

Michael Rubinowitz:  

The good, the bad and the ugly of legal funding: how to responsibly use legal funding to protect and provide for your clients and your firm while avoiding the many pitfalls that await the unwary practitioner.
* Avoiding over-funding
* Building fair expectations with your client
*  Managing the increasing demand for client’s request

 

David Wilck:

Common causes of legal malpractice 
* Identifying high risk clients
* Reducing exposure to claims from clients
* Impact of suits for fees

 

 

Faculty:

 

 Edward A. Stenberg, Esq.

                      Leav & Steinberg, L.L.P.

 

 Alan M. Greenberg, Esq.

                      Greenberg Law, PC.

 

  Michael Rubinowitz, Esq.

                       Bass & Rubinowitz

                       Magnolia Legal Funding, LLC.

 

  David Wilck, Esq.

                       Rivkin Radler, LLP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

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