That client said what about me! Being a lawyer representing people and organizations who could be on a winning or losing side means there will likely be someone who’s unhappy with a result, and if you the practitioner are not careful, they could also be unhappy with you personally. Regardless of the reason for a… Continue reading Unfavorable Online Reviews – What to Do (or Not)
Natalie & Bill wish you a Safe & Happy Thanksgiving!
Have you claimed your profile? Was it correctly displayed in AVVO? Did you get the rating you think you deserved? What can you really do about that nasty review? We will attempt to work through this quandary for Georgia lawyers. As other jurisdictions have opined in various ways about the proper use and peril of… Continue reading AVVO-type Services and the Georgia Lawyer
Bill is an Assistant General Counsel at the State Bar. He graduated from Duke University in 1970 with a B.A. in Zoology, and earned his law degree from Emory University in 1973. At the Office of the General Counsel, he screens and prosecutes ethics complaints, is part of the Ethics Hot-Line service rotation (404-527-8741), and… Continue reading Meet Bill Cobb, Georgia Practice Advisor’s New Co-Author
Psst.! We have a new co-Author - Bill Cobb, Assistant General Counsel in the State Bar's Office of the General Counsel. You will learn more about him later. Data is big right now! How do you secure all of the information that comes into your possession or knowledge, especially the digital data that just doesn’t… Continue reading Managing Data in Your Client Files
Well, I wasn't in attendance this year, as I was out on a leave of absence. Bummer! But, if what I have heard since my return to work is any indication of what the attendees at this year's Solo and Small Firm Institute enjoyed, this was a successful solo and small firm conference! Because pictures can speak… Continue reading Take Charge – What a Successful Solo and Small Firm Conference Looks Like