How Advisory Boards Can Help C-suite Executives and Boards of Directors (BoDs) Navigate Today’s Economy

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Pamela Barnhill, offers her take on how Advisory Boards can assist businesses looking for growth opportunities in an evolving market.

Looking back at 2020, there were a lot of unknowns that businesses had to deal with. Those issues impacted both the daily and strategic decision-making of corporate leadership teams and boards. Meanwhile, we also saw massive cost cutting, as well as innovation and increases in productivity (from employees working remotely); with all those adjustments driving profit stability and even growth in many industries. As we move further into 2021, the remote workforce will continue to be a hot topic. It will involve intense debate on all sides as contractors, employers and businesses seek to come back together in a way that is acceptable to everyone, as well as provide a balance between productivity and in-person collaboration. Using a0dvisors and their networks can be, and is, a valuable resource to drive both internal and external strategic relationships and sales channels.

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Factors Affecting Claim Filing Rates in Class Action Settlements

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Matthew Potter, Senior Strategic Advisor at JND Legal Administration

Class action claim filing rate is the rate at which noticed class members complete all steps required to submit a claim to receive compensation from a settlement. This article outlines factors to consider as you develop the terms of your settlement, and specifically the claims process class members will need to follow, to maximize class participation and optimize filing rate.

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The Automation Foundation: Modernizing Your Legal Case Management

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The Automation Foundation: Modernizing Your Legal Case Management

Why Automate Your Foundation?
  • Increased Efficiency Stripping tasks down to their simplest forms, then analyzing the minutes required, opens the door for how to maximize your staff’s time. The ability to automate exposes the multiplier effect on the time that menial tasks require; a strong automated foundation controls that time.
  • Increased Accuracy The more times a task is repeated, the more likely inaccuracies occur. Automation guarantees completion of tasks, to the standards you specify. A strong foundation, built around automated case management tasks, makes relentless accuracy the norm.
  • Increased Client Satisfaction Satisfied clients are critical, but your bottom line depends on a balance: your attorneys also need to work with new clients. Nurturing a positive attorney-client experience requires careful attention. Automation assures more of this follow-up without more time.

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5 Law Firm Marketing Strategies for 2021

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When it comes to law firm marketing strategies in the modern world, it is important to consider what will make your approach distinctive and appealing. Neither law firms nor marketing are new industries, but they each have components that your firm can leverage for brand awareness in 2021.

Once you begin to develop a unique marketing plan, the returns will be exponential. A thorough approach will include guerilla marketing, grassroots, efforts, and sharp digital targeting.

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HITECH Makeover

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As Americans enter the year 2021, we are reminded of the huge impact technology has had on so many industries, one in particular, the world of Health Information Management. For the past 10 years the Office for Civil Rights and the Department of Health and Human Services have sought to utilize technology to create secure, comprehensive, and accurate health information systems by way of Electronic Health Records (EMR). The American government has subsidized the cost of implementing EMR technology for hospitals and doctors’ offices around the country to further this effort. The goal being ease of access and to reduce the cost of medical records, eliminate paper, and allow patients to have control over their own health information.

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Reach Far and Wide To Find Your Ideal Plaintiff

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My goal for this article is to illustrate various ways to adjust your marketing and your image to address the changing landscape in media as well as market conditions resulting from the Covid pandemic or other eventual market stressers. I will examine marketing from a local and national approach and from the perspective of a single lawyer practice to a massive firm. What a strange time to be running a business. Practicing law right now is especially challenging. Dockets have been delayed and single event practice areas such as Motor Vehicle Accident saw declines in their case acquisition potential as the number of drivers on the road nationwide was greatly reduced. While Covid-19 is the unicorn of ongoing distractions that can negatively affect a campaign, market disruptions have always been present. How you adjust to these curveballs in day to day outreach will determine whether your win or lose. Today, things just keep moving in the direction of different. What we do now will in large part define our businesses for years to come.

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Debunking 5 Common Myths About Your Law Firm’s Website Content

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By Dana Abatemarco – Digital Law Marketing, Inc.

Web pages, blog posts, attorney listings, podcasts, pics for the ‘Gram: in the world of online marketing, “content” covers a lot of ground. Whether you’re a thoroughly established law firm or a solo attorney who’s just hung up your shingle, strong content is going to be the backbone of your online presence. Without an experienced legal SEO copywriter, your chances of finding yourself on Page One are pretty slim. You need a writing team who not only knows what they’re doing, but understands what you’re doing, too.

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