Adapting to the Pandemic: 5 Ways Solos and Small Firms Can Make a Big Difference (On-Demand)

$109.00

Lawyers across the nation have been deluged with questions about the mounting implications of coronavirus. Beyond maintaining remote availability, many solo and small firm attorneys are looking for new ways to step up and answer emerging questions within their communities. Explore best practices for staying nimble, present and capable over the months to come. Get guidance on building competence in critical practice areas.

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Event Details

Course Type

Original Date Of Course

Course Instructor

Charles R. Gallagher III, Esq.

General Credits

1

Course Description

Lawyers across the nation have been deluged with questions about the mounting implications of coronavirus. Beyond maintaining remote availability, many solo and small firm attorneys are looking for new ways to step up and answer emerging questions within their communities. Explore best practices for staying nimble, present and capable over the months to come. Get guidance on building competence in critical practice areas.

Principles

  • Staying Agile, Available, and Remotely Capable
  • Keeping Abreast of Financial Relief Options, Old and New
  • Preparing Answers for Basic Treatment and Healthcare Questions
  • Considering New Practice Areas
  • Revisiting and Updating Referral Networks

Syllabus

  1. Staying Agile, Available, and Remotely Capable
    1. Ensuring Continuity of Services Where Possible
    2. Proactively Resolving Notarization, Administrative, Deposition and Appearance Issues
    3. Keeping Clients and Prospective Clients in the Loop
  2. Keeping Abreast of Financial Relief Options, Old and New
  3. Preparing Answers for Basic Treatment and Healthcare Questions
  4. Considering New Practice Areas
    1. Contracts and Commercial Insurance Disputes
    2. Employment Law
    3. Estate Planning
    4. Debt Relief; Business and Consumer Bankruptcy
  5. Revisiting and Updating Referral Networks

Instructor

Charles R. Gallagher III, Esq.

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