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41214
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There are a multitude of factors to consider with business operations. To simply the process, the executive director of the State Bar Lawyers’ Management Assistance Process (LMAP) offered advice in categories, with each one having a dozen subcategories. Broad categories are office administration, malpractice and grievance, personal well-being, and attitude.
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41212
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The authors offer factors that should be taken into account when deciding on the most feasible fee arrangement for themselves and their clients. Broad categories for billing included task based, hourly, results based, and relationship based.
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41213
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According to the author, hiring a new business manager is never an easy task. To make the task easier to execute, Sheaffer offered areas to consider when making this challenging and crucial decision. To make the decision process easier, Sheaffer recommended taking the following areas into account: roles, requirements, recruiting.
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41211
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An attorney’s advice on how to keep overhead aka business expenses at a minimum. Expenses covered fall in three umbrella categories: rent, labor, and marketing.