Several Wisconsin lawyers talk about what their firms are doing in terms of business viability during the pandemic. They say they are focused on retaining staff, improving client relations, and maintaining positive cash flow.
Law firms, like all employers, have been inundated with advice and guidance for reopening their workplaces in the wake of the COVID quarantine. Jane Clark, Sheila Conroy, and Hannah Renfro provide guidance on reopening your office in a manner thatprotects your employees and clients, as well as your bottom line.
Writing for the State Bar of Wisconsin Public Interest Law Blog, Liz Groeschel discusses details of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act that impact federal student loan borrowers.
Every lawyer makes mistakes occasionally, but hindsight can help reduce the likelihood of malpractice-level errors. Tom Watson says bankruptcy/collections, estate/probate/trust, plaintiff's personal injury, real estate, and family law drew the most malpractice claims in 2019.
Wisconsin lawyers talk about how the economy is affecting their practices and how they're meeting those challenges, whether by taking on new roles or practice areas, streamlining practice management procedures, or better communicating their value to clients.
From providing tips on protecting your privacy to avoiding scams, the State Bar of Wisconsin's law office management Practice411 elist offered useful practice information in 2019. Here they are, all in one place.