August 11, 2020

A collection of Articles from the Lawyers Mutual Consulting and Services monthly newsletter.

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8 Key Considerations as you Determine Whether to Sell your Practice: An Interview with Tom Lenfestey

I’ve asked Tom Lenfestey, practicing lawyer, CPA, and the founder and owner of The Law Practice Exchange to share some insights into selling your law practice. READ MORE >



5 Key Factors in Buying a Law Firm

While the pandemic has all of us scratching our heads over what to do next, strategic planning should be at the top of your list. Now is the time to think about how 2020 is going to wind down for your practice and what lessons you can take into 2021. READ MORE>



An Interview with Renee Branson: Transitioning into Retirement or Succession Planning

Renee Branson is the owner of RB Consulting and she helps law firms create healthy cultures with a focus on lawyer well-being. READ MORE >



Networking from 6 feet

Stay-at-home orders and self-quarantine are impacting our ability to travel freely, but they don’t mean our networking efforts have to cease. Having a vibrant network is essential to keeping your law practice healthy. READ MORE >



Use Succession Planning as a Risk Management Tool

When generations collide, it can affect not only the morale and productivity of a law firm, but also increase the risk of bar grievance and malpractice claims because of the resulting poor communications and loss of focus. READ MORE >



Embrace the Pivot: An Interview with Brandi M. Hobbs, Chief Strategy Officers, Bell Davis & Pitt

Six weeks before North Carolina began to shut down due to an international pandemic, Brandi Hobbs took a new job. A career pivot for her, and for her firm as well. Brandi had never served as Chief Strategy Officer and Bell Davis & Pitt had never employed one. READ MORE >



Not Fade Away: Can Old Lawyers Age Successfully?

Aging and retirement are not what they used to be. Not for lawyers anyway. READ MORE >



Managing a Solo or Small Firm During a Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the way we do business. If your practice was already prepared for remote work, or if you had to figure it out on the fly, here are some tips for making sure you are practicing safely in this strange, new world. READ MORE >