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  • Understanding Government Stimulus Options During COVID-19

    Understanding Government Stimulus Options During COVID-19 As part of the $2 trillion CARES Act, there are a number of relief programs available to help businesses across the country, including law firms.  Here’s an overview of the stimulus options currently being managed by the Small Business Admini … Read more »

  • Secure File Sharing for Law Firms: Tips and Tools to Use

    Secure File Sharing for Law Firms: Tips and Tools to Use If you are a lawyer working remotely in 2020 (and who isn’t in 2020), file sharing is not an optional service for you or your firm. The legal industry has been slow to adopt some technology tools, such as law firm secure file sharing tools, an … Read more »

  • How to Write a Law Firm Work From Home Policy

    How to Write a Law Firm Work From Home Policy In what seemed to be overnight, having a work from home policy has become the new norm for a majority of the US workforce. And while most of the legal industry finds this to be an adjustment, working from home is a trend that both solos and Big Law firms … Read more »

  • Are Lawyers Essential Services in Your State?

    Are Lawyers Essential Services in Your State? As coronavirus continues to rapidly spread, stay at home orders are being issued in the United States. These orders close all “non-essential” businesses in an attempt to eliminate avenues of viral transmission. But are lawyers considered essential worker … Read more »

  • Virtual Law Firm Guide

    Virtual Law Firm Guide If you’ve been thinking about starting a virtual law firm, or transitioning your existing bricks-and-mortar practice to a virtual model, now may be the time to start. An office space in a high rise in the central business district of your city is no longer required for running … Read more »