Securing your seat at the strategy table

Posted on: December 7, 2011

I wrote a chapter on this topic for Ark Publication’s “Best Practices in Legal Marketing” which was published last month. I start by considering the reasons why there may not appear to be a strategy at a law firm – and why there may be a reluctance for the partners to try and produce one […]

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Accountancy Age Best Practice Conference – June 2011

Posted on: June 27, 2011

Having recently attended Netlaw’s Key strategies for law firms conference http://kimtasso.com/key-strategies-for-law-firms-netlaw-conference-report I was keen to see whether the accountants were concerned with the same issues. Chatham House rules were in place for this event so it is not possible to attribute the comments to particular individuals but amongst the speakers were: Gavin Hinks (Editor of Accountancy […]

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Will legal partnerships go the same way as property partnerships?

Posted on: June 11, 2011

The property media is buzzing this week with the news of King Sturge (master of the industrial property – sorry American readers – real estate market) becoming a part of Jones Lang LaSalle to make a combined business with 2,827 staff. Property Week focused on the state of the agency market with a round up […]

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Fortress equity or successful succession?

Posted on: November 24, 2008

Succession is one of those persistent and serious problems in the professions but, with the inevitable staff cuts that are taking place as a result of the economic turmoil, is one that has temporarily been forgotten. But it is sure to emerge again in an even bigger and uglier version in the not too distant […]

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