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Budgeting a PPC (pay-per-click) campaign should be your first step after you set your goals. When you set up a budget, you should attempt to balance best-case desires and worst-case possibilities. No budget is guaranteed and resources that are allocated to a particular strategy may not generate...
At a recent presentation on our Road to Revenue National Tour, a young lawyer was concerned. She said that she has a new practice and has been successful in keeping her accounts receivable to a minimum. In other words, she has been able to work, bill and get paid quickly, the three elements of my...
Single Claimant QSF: Plaintiff Cannot Compel Defendant and Insurer to Pay Into QSF Says Florida Court
A plaintiff cannot compel a Defendant or its Insurer to pay settlement proceeds into a Qualified Settlement Fund involving a single plaintiff says a Florida Court Order dated June 2, 2011. In the... This is a content summary only. Please click on the title for the full content, If you find...
Bob Denney says "... “70% of the managing partners [or CEOs] do not have a job description and most partners do not know what their MP does. In addition, in firms of more than 100 lawyers, only 10% have full-time managing partners.” No wonder that in 1995, the USPO concurred with...
A common question I get this time of year is whether the trustee will take the debtor’s tax refund if he files for bankruptcy. The answer depends upon many factors. The Trustee has a duty to administer non exempt assets if those assets are worthy of administration. For a tax refund to be...