The Law Entrepreneur with Neil Tyraactive
Publisher |
Podcast Masters
Where Entrepreneurship and the Law Meet!
Country Of Origin |
USA
Produced In |
Rockville, MD
Premiere Date |
2016-02-22
Frequency |
Weekly

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Chelsie Lamie is a personal injury attorney down in Florida, and she has an incredible commitment to the office culture of her firm. The culture Chelsie has crafted may sound antithetical to the way things are usually done, but I think it’s a refreshing new way of doing things and the results speak for themselves.

 

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We have “moonshot” power at our fingertips… but are we employing every nanometer of our gadgets?

 

A man of many hats and originally our guest on episode 26, business lawyer David Sparks, or “MacSparky,” writes all things Apple. Today’s interview explores the tipping point in technology and how to harness our iPhones and other tools to save valuable time.

 

His newest field guide for iPhones exemplifies the gold standard in user guides, app recommendations, and overall authority on putting every bit and byte to use. With over two hours of video instruction and 44 chapters, the iPhone Field Guide undergoes regular updates and encapsulates a vast collection of rich media examples.

 

For non Apple users out there, David also offers “platform agnostic” field guides on going paperless and executing the most memorable presentations.

 

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Today we explore a holistic, integrated approach to marketing your law firm that goes way beyond branding.

 

Gina Rubel is the founder and CEO of Furia Rubel Communications, a company that stands apart by focusing on integrated public relations, media management, and crisis communications. A published author and expert in the field, Gina worked as a trial attorney and judicial law clerk before starting her business in 2002.

 

We discuss tips and resources that fit all sizes, such as discovering your marketing message, taking public relations beyond the press release, utilizing media relations for small firms, finding community involvement that fits, and how to leverage your participation in conferences.

 

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Megan Hargroder is the CEO and Lead Strategist of Conversations Digital, a marketing, web development, and social media management company that serves solo and small-firm lawyers.

 

Megan shares how she stumbled into this niche – social media strategy for law firms – and how attorneys can use technology to improve the client experience, expand their online presence, and build a sense of community around their brand.

 

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Neen James is a leadership and attention expert known for delivering high-energy keynotes presentations that challenge audiences to leverage their focus and pay attention to what matters most at work and in life – and the value of attention is exactly what we’re going to be talking about today.

 

Neen recently wrote a new book, Attention Pays: How to Drive Profitability, Productivity, and Accountability, in which she argues that we live in an attention deficit society and that by having more intentional attention in our actions and relationships with others, we can improve our profitability, productivity, and accountability. Plus, I know that you all will be delighted by her personality, wisdom, and Australian charm.

 

Neen is also generous enough to offer Law Entrepreneur listeners a FREE gift: you can get a sample chapter for Attention Pays and a copy of her 5-Step Attention Challenge by going to thelawentrepreneur.com/neenjames.

 

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Travis Hornsby is the Founder and “Chief Student Loan Consultant” of Student Loan Planner, a company that helps individuals with six figures of student loan debt reduce the amount or make their payments more manageable. They’ve consulted on over $200 million in student debt and found more than $45 million in forecasted student loan savings.

 

Given the fact that so many attorneys are struggling under tremendous amounts of student loan debt, this is a really important and valuable service for those of us choosing to be law entrepreneurs.

 

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Amy Mann is the Marketing Communications Director for LawPay, what I consider the premiere online credit card processing solution for solo and small law firms. I like to share the services that I personally use – because, well, they work! – and I’ve been using LawPay for many years.

 

We discuss how secure credit card processing can take a lot of the worry out of billing, payment in a world where mobile devices are everywhere, and the surprising number of firms that still don’t accept credit card payments at all.

 

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Diana Stepleton is the VP of Partner Engagement at Ruby Receptionists, a live remote reception service that I’ve been using for years. Whether you are in a virtual setting, a shared setting, or a traditional brick and mortar environment, there are a lot of advantages to outsourcing the receptionist function.

 

We explore how virtual receptionists can be used to make a small or solo firm more efficient, and why a service that always answers your clients’ calls with a real person is so valuable.

 

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Douglas Lusk is the Founder/CEO of the National Society for Legal Technology (NSLT) and the creator of the Legal Technology Certificate. I think he’s on the cusp of something huge, and he hasn’t even graduated law school yet!

 

This legal technology training program addresses a problem that most attorneys struggle with: How do I comply with the new ethical rules requiring competence in technology when there are no resources in my law firm or law school to do so (and without investing in expensive software packages)?

 

Doug figured it out and, after just one year, his program has been included in the curriculum of over 70 law schools. On top of that, he’s talking to bar associations about finally introducing CLE on software instruction – a much-needed improvement. Doug offers an elegant solution to a growing problem, and I’m excited to see how it develops.

 

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Kathleen Hyland is a solo Consumer Protection Attorney based out of Baltimore. We’ve talked to dozens of solo and small firm practitioners on the show, but Kat is actually our first consumer rights advocate. I was excited to talk to Kat because many aspects of this niche practice area are actually pertinent to all solo and small firm practitioners, such as the burden of student loan debt.

 

Kat is also an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland, Francis King Carey School of Law, where she teaches in the Law Practice Management space. Most law schools don’t pay nearly enough attention to this topic, so it’s refreshing to hear how Kat approaches it in her class.

 

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Joshua Lenon is the Lawyer in Residence at Clio, a cloud-based practice management platform (and the most widely used by solo practitioners and small firms).

 

In this episode, we speak broadly about how practice management software benefits attorneys, how you can leverage these platforms to achieve greater efficiency and productivity, the unique factors sets Clio apart, and the promising future of project management.

 

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Lee Ferris is a Product Manager at CHL Software, but he’s probably best known in the legal community for creating DocMoto, a high-performance document and email management system designed specifically for organizations running Mac networks. While DocMoto is for Macs, the functionalities and capabilities we discuss in this episode are widely available on Windows networks too, and this conversation is helpful for anyone wondering if they need a document management system in their business.

I honestly wasn’t entirely sure what benefits a robust document management system afforded solo or small law practices, so I invited Lee onto the show to explain them – and I learned a ton!

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● Learn more at DocMoto.com ● Connect with Lee on LinkedIn

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As a followup to last week’s show (in which we talked to Nakia Gray about using online video as a marketing tool), I invited Victor Medina back on the show to dive deeper into the nuts and bolts of developing video marketing systems within your law firm.

 

If you aren’t familiar with Victor, you’re in for a treat. He is an estate planning elder law attorney, a financial planner, the person behind MacTrack Legal, an author, and the host of Make it Last Radio. He has a lot of insight to share, and lately he’s been killing it with video content marketing.

 

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I talked to Nakia Gray almost 100 episodes ago about her blossoming solo practice and virtual business. Today, that business has grown, so I invited her back to have a conversation about how attorneys can use speaking engagements and online presentations as a vehicle for branding and marketing their law firms.

 

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Brett Burney Tom Lambotte return to the show to discuss their new book, Macs in Law: The Definitive Guide for the Mac-Curious, Windows-Using Attorney. We discuss the merits of Macs for those working in the legal field (they’re not just for “creative” jobs anymore), bust a few Mac myths, and dig into some other technologies that a solo practitioner can use to work more effectively.

 

Come join The Law Entrepreneur Book Club!

 

We’ll be discussing Robert B. Cialdini’s Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion.

 

 

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Molly Beck is the author of REACH OUT: The Simple Strategy You Need to Know to Expand Your Network and Increase Your Influence. The book will guide you in the process of creating your own networking plan, even if you don’t know where to start or think you’re too shy to succeed.

 

And Molly’s book is just one of her many, many projects. She’s the founder of the podcast creation site MessyBun.com; a networking advice contributor for Forbes; creator of the lifestyle blog Smart, Pretty Awkward; co-founder of the live event and coaching experience Your Turn To Start; and a consultant for companies like Venmo, Rice University, and Hearst.

 

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As an author, CLE speaker, and the Founder of PracticePanther.com, David is obsessed with automating law firms with the help of cutting-edge technology. He’s revolutionizing the legal industry by helping lawyers get more done in less time using PracticePanther’s case management software.

 

We discuss how David’s original plan to build customer relationship management (CRM) software transformed into a product for attorneys, what NOT to do when starting your own business, and why PracticePanther stands out from the rest of the pack.

 

If you want to try PracticePanther out, David is generous enough to offer The Law Entrepreneur listeners 60% off their first two months by using the coupon code TYRA at PracticePanther.com.

 

Resources:

  • Use coupon code TYRA for 60% off your first two months at PracticePanther.com
  • Want a FREE copy of PracticePanther’s upcoming book? Send David an email: David [at] PracticePanther [dot] com
  • Connect with PracticePanther: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube

 

 

 

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I met today’s guest, Tiffany O'Connell, in a marketing group a few years ago, and since then her small firm in Massachusetts has grown and thrived. We discuss Tiff’s transition from insurance defense to estate planning and elder law (one area of law she never expected to be in),, how she leverages guest bloggers to create more valuable online content, and other strategies she’s used to grow the firm in just a few short years.

 

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Neil is stuck inside on a mediocre snow day, but that doesn’t mean he can’t work – just one of the pros (cons?) of working out of your home that is discussed in this episode. You’ll learn how to set up a virtual home office, what you will need, what important choices you will have to make, and some of the other pros and cons of working at home.

 

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Sahmra A. Stevenson is a solo practitioner in the D.C. area who primarily does family law and estate planning (she describes herself as “The Happy Family Law Attorney,” and it’s an apt description). Sahmra also has an impressive commitment to being a virtual practitioner, or building an Office Without Walls – she even branded one part of her business as Wills on Wheels, a mobile estate planning service that will go to the client, wherever they are located.

 

It’s a really interesting way to approach a solo law practice, and I think it’s probably the way this industry is going – Sahmra is just way ahead of the curve.

 

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Derek Coburn, author of Networking Is Not Working and founder of the group CADRE DC, returns to discuss how attorneys can leverage low- to no-cost events to improve client relationships and meet new people – and expand their business as a result.

 

We also discuss the upcoming event CADREcon, where attendees will be introduced to game-changing ideas and strategies from 11 world-class speakers, while getting the opportunity to connect with over 250 CEOs and entrepreneurs. The event will be on Feb. 28th in McLean, VA, and you can get a discount to CADREcon if you use the code “TLE” when you reserve a seat.

 

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I hope you are all having a wonderful New Year! Today I’m checking in from rainy San Diego, one day into a family excursion at the Optimum Health Institute, and sharing a couple updates on the book club and Daylite.

 

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Samantha Kelly is a small business owner from Ireland who started using social media to market her business because – and I’m sure many of us small firm practitioners can relate – she didn’t have a marketing budget. By communicating with, helping, and listening to people online, she has become an influencer and sold her niche business.

 

You’ll learn how Samantha became an influencer, simple strategies for building a community, and how professional services can use Twitter as a platform for engagement, lead generation, and branding.

 

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Emily D. Baker was a Deputy DA in LA County for over 10 years – but, eventually, she wanted greater control over her life. Emily is now the Founder of Ask a Lawyer Now, a service that makes compassionate legal services available to everyone. She has two coaching niches: helping online entrepreneurs start their business legally and preparing individuals for a divorce.

 

We discuss how starting a business helped Emily attain a greater sense of work-life balance, how to overcome the biggest challenges of opening a small business (or law firm), and what it means to be a self-described “legal-ish life coach.”

 

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Chelsey Lambert is a veteran of the Legal Technology space (with experience as both a vendor and an educator) who runs Lex Tech Review, a blog that translates legal technology for real-world attorneys. Chelsey recently published a free 200-page Legal Technology Buyer’s Guide reviewing hundreds of the different products and services that are available to solo and mid-size law firms.

 

We discuss how Chelsey translates complex technology for the layman, why she is writing a series of buyer’s guides, and why all attorneys should learn more about business development.

 

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Jeff Miller has had a tremendous positive impact on my local community, and he has been able to do this because he is a business coach and entrepreneur – he learned early on that if you can impact the life of a business owner, it will have a ripple effect on their family, schools, and community.

 

Jeff shares how, as small business owners, we can leverage our businesses as vehicles for positive change (and, ultimately, grow our businesses in the process).

 

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Nicole Abboud is a former practicing attorney, entrepreneur, and host of The Gen Why Lawyer. I’m over the moon excited to share this conversation with you because The Gen Why Lawyer is one of my favorite podcasts (you can go check out all 10 of my favorite podcasts for lawyers in Episode 32).

 

Nicole’s business, Abboud Media, is a video branding and podcast agency aimed at helping lawyers build their brands online using videos and podcasts. We discuss transitioning from being an attorney to starting a business, and how you can leverage videos and podcasts for your own business.

 

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Karl Boehm is the Founder Chief Marketing Strategist of Spiral Marketing, who develop high impact marketing plans and brand strategies that help clients get more leads and sales online. It’s vital for lawyers to think about advertising and marketing, especially solo practitioners, because we have to constantly sell ourselves – and, in today’s world, that often means learning how to market online.

 

Karl is also host of The Spiral Marketing Podcast, which explores the human side of marketing-communications with expert guests. Topics are immediately actionable and built to inspire marketers, entrepreneurs, communications professionals, and creative business-minded people alike!

 

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Michael Mogill is the President and CEO of Crisp Video Group, a legal video marketing company that produces high-quality and engaging legal videos for attorneys all over the country, including a number of previous podcasts guests. We discuss how the company came to be, how they’ve grown, why they focus on the stories of lawyers like us, and the benefits of high-quality videos in your firm’s marketing.

 

You can check out examples of Michael’s work for previous guests at BenGlassLaw.com, MagnessLaw.com, or TurcoLegal.com.

 

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Damian Turco has launched and scaled two successful solo practices: his first in Florida shortly after law school, and his second in Massachusetts. Now his second practice is thriving, and he’s grown it largely through community outreach and involvement. Our conversation focuses on how Damian leverages his presence in the community to network and provide exceptional legal services.

 

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Ben Glass is not only one of the best-known and widely-respected attorneys in the D.C. area – but he’s also the leader of Great Legal Marketing, a fantastic organization that helps solo and small firm practitioners build and grow their practices so that they can live the lifestyle of their choosing. Our conversation focuses on designing the lifestyle that you want, first, then working backward to figure out what you need to do with your business to achieve that. We also break down the direct marketing tactics that Ben uses to create... well, great legal marketing.

 

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Jeff Banner started a single-office solo practice right out of law school and, since then, he has grown it into a thriving, six-office practice with four attorneys and 15 team members. He shares how building relationships and systematizing business processes helped him scale his practice so effectively, and the resources that have helped him along the way.

 

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John Corcoran is a former speech writer for the Clinton administration and a “recovering” solo practitioner, but he’s probably best known for founding two businesses in the entrepreneurial space: Smart Business Revolution Rise25.

John started his entrepreneurial ventures to diversify his revenue, which is extremely important for solo practitioners (but rarely considered) – now he helps other business owners scale up and diversify by shifting from "one to one" to "one to many" programs and offers.

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Parker Layrisson joins the show to discuss how he built a thriving personal injury practice in a small Louisiana town (~7,000 people) by engaging his community, writing The Accident Handbook, and leveraging online marketing strategies (especially Facebook).

 

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Keith Magness is an accident a car, truck, and motorcycle accident attorney, and providing outstanding client service is the hallmark of his practice. We discuss strategies for running a solo practice, the most important of which is how you form relationships with existing clients.

 

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David Diggs is a well-established and seasoned attorney who has only been practicing solo for about six months. Before going solo, David worked in big law firms for most of his legal career. His challenges and hurdles are a little different than what we’ve discussed in past episodes, but his viewpoint offers an interesting contrast when juxtaposed with previous guests’.

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Chris Yoko is the Owner of Yoko Co., a web development and full-service internet presence company that advances the web presence of organizations driven by a purpose beyond profit. They began as a small consulting shop, which aided organizations in their web design and social media endeavors, but as their team grew they began to add tactical execution to complement their services.

We discuss the role of websites for law attorneys, why solo practitioners should be serious about their web presence, and how you can use a website to help grow your business.

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George Hendley is the Founder President of The Speakers Academy, an organization that trains business leaders who want the skills and confidence to inspire and influence their listeners. As attorneys, a lot of what we do involves being persuasive and communicating effectively, so I wanted to sit down with George to discuss how we can improve our public speaking abilities.

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Brett Burney is an E-Discovery Consultant – that means he goes all around the country “bridging the chasm between the legal and technology frontiers of electronic discovery.” Brett recently released a new course, iPractice on an iPad, which does just what the name implies: teaching you how to conduct your law practice using an iPad as your primary tool. However, you don’t need to use an iPad, or even Apple products, to get some incredibly useful (and practical) tech tips from this episode.

Here’s an example of how an iPad can help in your practice: the Easy-Peasy “Print” to PDF feature.

Let’s say you want to create a PDF of an e-mail you received. To do that...

  • Just make like you’re going to PRINT the message (which is under the “Reply” arrow)...
  • but instead of selecting a Printer, place your thumb finger on the Print Preview and spread them apart, or zoom-out, or pinch-out.
  • Behold! It turns into a PDF file!

Now you can use the “Share menu” in the upper right corner to upload this PDF file to Dropbox, or open it in another app like PDF Expert so you can highlight text.

Or maybe you want to convert a web page into a PDF. Use the “Share menu” to “Print” it, zoom-out on the Print Preview, and you have a PDF!! (Going into the Reader Mode in Safari gives you a cleaner PDF without all the ads and junk.)

Now you could attach this to an e-mail message to send to a colleague or client, or upload it to OneDrive.

You can also do this from the Notes app, or virtually any app where you have the ability to “Print.” It’s even a good way to quickly export a note from Evernote to PDF. Brett has long used apps like PDF PROvider and PDF Converter to convert files and text to PDF, and he still uses those apps from time to time for their additional features, but this easy, BUILT-IN “Print to PDF” option on iOS is so incredibly handy!

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Whilst working for a non profit, Andrew Sindler began his solo practice as simply a side gig. After the non profit went out of business, Andrew was left with his solo practice still going strong, and made the transition. Andrew talks about how he uses technology to create a thriving practice and how to address budgeting with an ever unpredictable income stream.

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Jeffrey Katz had an inauspicious beginning as a solo practitioner (with an exceptionally interesting first referral case) and grew to own a thriving practice with five attorneys and five CPAs. Jeffrey chronicles his journey and shares the systems he uses to make his firm more efficient and bring more value to clients.

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Today we welcome back third-time guest Victor Medina, an estate planning elder law attorney, a financial planner, the creative genius behind MacTrack Legal, an author, and more! We discuss how law entrepreneurs can pursue long-term personal and business growth, his new gig hosting the radio program and podcast Make It Last, and what you can expect from this year’s MacTrack Legal conference (October 19-21 in Orlando, FL).

One of the best talks last year was about how to write a book to promote your business and establish yourself as an expert. Victor is going to share this talk again on August 24th for FREE – sign up at globalmacit.com/mactracklegal. If you attend you will receive a discount code for this year’s MacTrack Legal.

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Today we’re going to learn about a novel (but common-sense) business strategy that Ross Albers implemented to grow his solo practice into a successful small firm: the early use of a business coach. Many lawyers don’t consider hiring a coach until late in their careers, but Ross shares how it helped him improve in every facet of business ownership (and why he wishes he’d hired someone even earlier).

We also look towards the future, and consider the role video may play in attorney-client communication.

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Today’s guest, Eric Wexler, is a CPA and solo tax attorney in the Washington D.C. area. We talk about building a successful solo practice before discussing what small business owners need to consider when planning their tax strategy, and the big mistakes they need to avoid.

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Spencer Hecht scaled a solo practice into a small boutique family law firm, with three associates and a handful of other staff members. We dig deep into when Spencer knew it was time to hire his first associate, how he finds employees who are a good fit, and how he created an incentive program that allows his staff to “put some skin in the game.”

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Katie Gutierrez Miller is the Founder and CEO of Assistant Match, one of the very first companies to offer virtual assistants. Assistant Match is unique in the VA space because all of their assistants are educated and based in the United States, and for many professionals that is an important consideration.

We discuss building a remote business, how virtual assistants can support law firms (in many different ways), and when virtual assistants make financial sense. (We didn’t go to law school to do data entry, did we?)

If you want to work with Assistant Match, the first hour is on Katie! Tell them you heard about Assistant Match from the Law Entrepreneur and they’ll take care of you.

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Neil is solo discussing a recent Thomson Reuters State of U.S. Small Law Firms Study Report titled “How Small Law Firms Succeed Under the Pressure of Today’s Challenges…or Fail.” This episode explores the biggest challenges small firms face today (and potential solutions), how the firms surveyed in this report define success, and Neil’s criticisms of the report.

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Neil chats with D. Todd Smith, Founder of the Smith Law Group, one of the country’s top boutique appellate firms. We dig into what exactly an appellate practice is, how it fits into the industry as a whole, and how new law school graduates can leverage the many resources available today.

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Neil chats with Catherine Hodder, formerly a Principal at a mobile law practice and currently a Principal and Author at Go Solo For Success. Catherine discusses launching a successful mobile law practice, designing a business to support her lifestyle, and aligning their mission with a business niche. She also shares tips that will help solo attorneys launch successfully, find inspiration, and achieve work-life balance.

The second edition of Catherine’s book, Law Office On A Laptop: How to Set Up Your Own Successful Mobile Law Practice, just launched on 6.15.2017! Pick it up for even more advice, resources, and inspiration.

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Neil is talking to David Hotes, a CPA-turned-attorney focusing on small business and entrepreneurial law. He shares the interesting structure of his solo law practice, which is part of the Bethesda Law Group, and his unique perspectives on billing and accounting.

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Neil chats with Stacey Brown Randall, a champion of solopreneurs and small businesses who helps people accelerate business growth by nurturing better relationships that generating more referrals.

You will learn a little insight into how most people make purchasing decisions when it comes to professional services, why trust is the most important factor of business-client relationships, and Stacey’s 3 Platinum Principles™ for Referral Generation.

Stacey was kind enough to put together some helpful resources for The Law Entrepreneur audience. If you go to growthbyreferrals.com/tle, you can download The Seven Deadly Sins of Generating Referrals, join the Referrals Without Asking Facebook group, and learn more about Stacey’s various programs.

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Neil chats with Jared Correia. He is the Founder CEO of Red Cave Consulting, a subscription-based business management and consulting practice for solo practitioners and small law firms. He shares how lawyers can apply systems that drive efficiency (and revenue), why we should be designing practices with the end in mind, and how firms can lower their overhead by leveraging technology remote employees.

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Neil chats with Chad Burton, CEO of CuroLegal and a former litigator who developed one of the nation’s first “new model” law firms, which leveraged cloud-based technology and modern business practices in one lean, virtual platform. He has his pulse on all of the new technologies and will offer you a glimpse at the Ghost of Law Yet-To-Come.

They discuss catching the entrepreneurial bug, growing a solo firm in a non-traditional manner, how technology can help you look at business in a new way, the future of virtual law, and standardizing the solo law firm model.

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Neil chats with Joryn Jenkins, who has been a government attorney, big firm attorney, medium firm attorney, small firm attorney, law school professor, and solo practitioner. Her firm, Open Palm Law, now specializes in collaborative divorce.

They discuss how the collaborative process works, why it’s less stressful on families (and attorneys), how outsourcing will help you manage a successful law firm, and Joryn’s writing process (including how she is able to write a chapter on the drive home from work).

Joryn has training in the Columbia, Maryland area on May 11th 12th. You can sign up for this training by emailing her: Jorny@OpenPalmLaw.com

  • Thursday, May 11, Joryn is teaching The Collaborative Professionals
  • Friday, May 12, Joryn is teaching Solo Small Firm Lawyers

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Neil chats with Manny Rada Machin, a husband and wife legal team who launched their own small firm out of law school. We explore the challenges of running a small firm, the unique challenges of running a business with your spouse, and how small firms can leverage technology to cut costs improve the client experience.

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Neil chats with Ingar Grev, managing director of The Growth Coach franchise in Washington, D.C., and a LinkedIn ProFinder. If you want your law firm to grow and profit, then you can’t have your hand in every part of the business, every single day. It’s just not sustainable.

Ingar shares how you can build a sustainable business, use technology as a solution, and leverage LinkedIn for business growth.

 

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Neil takes a break from the normal routine to share news and opportunities.

Neil was recently interviewed on a new podcast, Apps in Law, by former guest Brett Burney (Law Entrepreneur Ep. 23). You can enjoy that interview on AppsInLaw.com, iTunes, or Android.

If you’re interested in leveraging technology to improve your productivity and grow your small practice, you might be interested in the Small Firm Bootcamp (May 18-19, 2017, in New Orleans, LA). It’s being held by Ernie “The Attorney” Svenson, last week’s guest, and Neil is going. He hopes to see some of you!

 

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Neil chats with Ernie Svenson, who helps solo lawyers and small firms make their practices more profitable and vastly easier to manage. Ernie learned early in his career that working harder doesn’t always lead to more success – and it can lead to burnout. We need to leverage tools that make work faster and easier.

Today, Ernie teaches how you can leverage technology and strategy to lower your overhead, reduce stress, improve your brand, and enhance productivity.

 

Want to learn more and make more money? Sign up for Small Firm Bootcamp. Ernie's one-of-a-kind program will get you access to a two-day live event (May 18-19, 2017, in New Orleans, Louisiana), the Law Firm Autopilot online course, live webinars, lifetime membership to a supportive community, and MORE.

 

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Neil chats with Edmund Yan, a former litigation lawyer who transitioned to estate planning with no book of business. It’s always difficult to start a new practice, especially when you don’t start with any clients, but Yan is thriving. He built a strong referral network and implemented an effective digital marketing strategy, which made him more visible to potential clients… and his colleagues.

Edmund now has a second business in which he helps lawyers and other professionals generate more traffic, leads, and business through digital marketing. In today’s episode, he explains the importance of search engine optimization (SEO) and the secret behind SEO for lawyers.

Edmund also has a special offer for you: you will receive 50% off digital marketing services for the one month by contacting Edmund and mentioning The Law Entrepreneur podcast. You can email him at Edmund (at) YanMedia (dot) com.

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Neil chats with Yan Roos, who is an award-winning serial entrepreneur and founder of Expert Engines. Using techniques developed while building national brands in the hypercompetitive consumer products space, his company has helped small and solo law firms in the most crowded markets in the US generate hundreds of thousands in case billings every year.

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Neil chats with Susie Clark, the bookkeeper for his own business and owner of Susie Q Bookkeeping.

 

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Neil chats with Jeremy Bendler, an accountant with Bendler Mason Co. in the greater Washington, D.C. area. Jeremy focuses on a variety of accounting services, and also provides business valuation services.

 

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In this episode Neil marks the one year anniversary of the launch of The Law Entrepreneur with a few thank yous and his gift to you - the listeners. Hear how, based on what he has learned from his guests on the show, he launched a networking referral group and the step-by step actions he took to create the Sempai Networking Group.

 

We want to recognize and thank two guys who make the show much more professional than it really is:

  • Geoff Woods - The Mentee Podcast (www.menteepodcast.com) - season 2 now hosted by Adam Eidson
    • My personal mentor and coach
    • Really helped shape the purpose of the show and its direction
    • Helped me launch and take the show to a higher level
    • The One Thing Podcast (www.the1thing.com) - is Geoff’s newest project
  • Cody Boyce

 

Neil references lessons learned from the following individuals and episodes:

  • Successful solo/small firm attorneys
    • Tom Simeone #1, Julie Tolek#30, Shawn McBride #50
  • Entrepreneurs
    • Derek Coburn #5, Tom Lambotte #16, Steve Rile #48
  • Gadget/Service Folks
    • Zvi Band #4, Larry Port #14, Amin Rahmani #41

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Neil chats with Catherine Sanders Reach, an alum of the University of Alabama (roll tide), and currently the Director of Law Practice Management Technology for the Chicago Bar Association.

 

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Neil chats with Marcus Sheridan, aka “The Sales Lion.” Marcus started River Pools Spas in 2001, and since has gone on to create a sales, marketing, and personal development blog The Sales Lion.

 

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Neil takes a short break from the podcast for his birthday, and talks about his plans for the show in the upcoming episodes.

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Neil chats with R. Shawn McBride about the pitfalls of growing a practice beyond being a solo or small firm practitioner.

Shawn McBride works with business owners that want to lay the foundation first and get their business going in the right direction or assess where they are and set the stage for a brighter future for their business. His goal is to educate his clients so that they understand the law and can make sound decisions on legal matters affecting their business.

 

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Neil chats with Seth Polansky from the Washington, D.C. area. Seth’s firm focuses on contracts, intellectual property, and assistance for start-ups, in addition to some family law matters.

 

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Neil chats with Steve Riley, attorney growth coach, lecturer, and author. Steve focuses on coaching mentoring attorneys in the growth of their practice.

 

Four cornerstones of law firm development:

  1. Time Management Focus
  2. Client Development
  3. Cash Flow Profitability
  4. Fend Develop Staff

 

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Neil chats with himself, looking ahead to 2017 and planning out his goals for the year.

 

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Neil wraps up his first year of podcasting with some reflection and thank-yous to the listeners. See you all in 2017!

 

Resources:

  • The Law Entrepreneur on the web: http://thelawentrepreneur.com
  • Email me: neil@thelawentrepreneur.com
  • TLE FaceBook Page: facebook.com/thelawentrepreneur/
  • TLE Twitter Page: twitter.com/lawentrepreneur
  • Top 50 Entrepreneur Blogs And Websites For Entrepreneurs: http://blog.feedspot.com/entrepreneur_blogs/

 

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Neil chats with Mark C. Metzger, the Founder and Principal of the Law Office of Mark C. Metzger. Mark has more than 22 years of experience in the practice of law, and provides a complete range of estate planning services to individuals and families in Naperville and throughout the greater Chicago area. In today’s episode, Mark discusses the evolution of his law practice and the customer life cycle that drives it, technology in law, and coaching as a tool for growth.

Learn more about Mark at MarkMetzger.net

 

Resources:

  • Filemaker - Create custom apps to meet your unique business needs
  • TextSoap - Automate Tedious Text Document Clean Up
  • SmartMarketing - We Help Lawyers Get New Clients
  • SpeakWrite - Powerful Productivity Starts With The Sound Of Your Voice
  • Atticus - Guiding Your Practice
 

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Neil chats with Tom Martin, an attorney whose residence is in Vancouver but whose office is in California. In other words, our first geographically dispersed guest! Aside from his practice, Tom has been developing internet-based products and apps for legal services.

 

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Neil chats with Nicole Black, a Rochester, New York attorney and Legal Technology Evangelist at MyCase, web-based law practice management software. She's been blogging since 2005, has written a weekly column for the Daily Record since 2007, is the author of Cloud Computing for Lawyers, co-authors Social Media for Lawyers: the Next Frontier, and co-authors Criminal Law in New York.

She's easily distracted by the potential of bright and shiny tech gadgets, along with good food and wine.

 

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Neil chats with Pilar Nichols, a bilingual practitioner who used her knowledge of the Spanish language to establish a niche and grow her practice.

 

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Neil chats with Amin Rahmani from Marketcircle, creators of Daylite, one of our usual sponsors. Amin works in sales for a variety of Marketcircle projects.

 

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Neil chats with Katie Floyd, host of the Mac Power Users podcast and new solo practitioner, about how she broke off on her own to begin her solo practice.

 

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Neil chats with Craig Miller from Washington, D.C., a solo personal injury attorney. Most of this interview covers the necessary mindset for a solo practitioner, especially within the arena of medical malpractice.

 

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This week, a hard drive failure caused a delay in recording for the podcast. In lieu of an interview, Neil reviews some steps he’s put in place for his data backup, something which all practitioners (and entrepreneurs) should be doing.

 

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Neil shares his experiences from the recent 2016 MILO Fest conference in Orlando, Florida.

 

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Neil chats with Sharon Christie, yet another nurse-turned-lawyer, about her transition from health policy to social security law, as well as her referral network, speaking engagements, and her use of an email system to maintain contact with her clients.

 

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Neil chats with Karen, a nurse turned attorney, about her interest in nursing and social security, and how she began her practice, Levian Law.

 

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Neil chats with Amy Griboff about how she started her solo practice, and now in this stage of her life she is making the transition out of that type of position.

 

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Neil chats with Dana Bucy Miller about her experience post-graduation and how she started her solo practice. Notable mentions from Dana include the absolute importance of social media for marketing, something that older generations of lawyers usually shy away from.

 

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Neil chats with himself this time around, and shares his ten favorite podcasts!

 

The Law Podcasting Podcast - with Gordon Firemark

http://www.lawpodcaster.com

 

Mac Power Users - with David Sparks and Katie Floyd

https://www.relay.fm/mpu

 

The Smart Passive Income Podcast - with Pat Flynn

http://www.smartpassiveincome.com

 

Divorce Discourse - with Lee Rosen

https://divorcediscourse.com

 

Law Firm Marketing Minute - with Marc Cerniglia

http://spotlightbranding.com/the-law-firm-marketing-minute/

 

Lawyerist Podcast - with Sam Glover and Aaron Street

https://lawyerist.com/podcast/

 

JD Blogger Podcast - with John Skiba

http://jdblogger.com

 

The Mentee Podcast - with Geoff Woods

http://www.geoffwoods.com

 

Entrepreneur on Fire - with John Lee Dumas

http://www.eofire.com

 

Mac OS Ken - with Ken Ray

http://macosken.squarespace.com

 

School of Greatness - with Lewis Howes

http://lewishowes.com

 

OnLine Marketing Made Easy - with Amy Porterfield

http://www.amyporterfield.com

 

Mad Marketing - with Marcus Sheridan

https://www.thesaleslion.com/mad-marketing-podcast/

 

The Gen Why Lawyer - with Nicole Abboud

http://www.genylawyer.com

 

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Neil chats with Mark Merenda, who he met at the Mac Track Legal conference in Florida. Mark runs Smart Marketing, a marketing company helping lawyers promote their practices, of which Neil was a client for some time.

 

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Neil chats with Julie Tolek, founder of Think Pink Law. Julie works just outside of Boston, Massachusetts, and stood out to me most notably for the unique branding of her practice.

 

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Neil chats with Jeff Alford, a solo practitioner from Paducah, Kentcuky (you may have to look that up). Jeff focuses on family law, and has grown his practice from a solo operation to having a few employees on staff. Because of Jeff’s town in Kentucky, he has a lot of insight on what it means to be a solo practitioner in a mostly rural area.

 

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Neil chats with Neil Brown from across the pond in England, who practices law with his wife Sandra in Newbury, just west of London. Another pair of Apple fanatics, Neil and Sandra focus on a combination of pharmaceutical companies and new tech/internet start-ups.

 

Learn more about Neil Sandra at http://www.decodedlegal.com

 

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Victor Medina is back to chat about Mac Track Legal, previously dubbed MILOfest, the conference for Mac-Lovin’ Lawyers!

 

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Neil chats with David Sparks, Apple expert and host of The Mac Power Users podcast, which was the first podcast I started listening to and since has been an influence for me to start The Law Entrepreneur in the first place. David is also a solo practitioner which will dominate most of the conversation today, and he operates a small and comfortable firm in Southern California.

 

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Neil chats with Alan Fanger, a civil litigator from Boston. Alan has been a solo practitioner since 1990, and has created products for law firms to be used in preparation with their clients.

 

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Neil chats with Ian Altman, a best-selling author and strategic advisor who is focused on integrity-based selling.

 

Ian’s books include Upside Down Selling Same Side Selling. Ian also hosts the Grow My Revenue Business Cast on iTunes.

 

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Neil chats with Brett Burney, the founder of Burney Consultants, providing consulting to corporations in the “e-discovery” area. Brett is also an author and a frequent speaker at conferences nationwide.

 

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Neil chats with Lisa Solomon, a freelance lawyer, consultant, and recent founder of the Now Counsel Network, a nationwide network of lawyers who can provide project work and temporary support for practices. I think of it as the “Uber for freelance lawyers.”

 

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Neil chats with Evan Goitein, a solo practitioner in Bethesda, Maryland and graduate of Massachusetts University. His focus is on family construction law and foreclosure defense, and he is also the co-chair of the solo small firm section of the Bar Association of Montgomery County.

 

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Neil chats with Claude Ducloux, a graduate from the University of Texas at Austin who specializes in ethical issues for attorneys and litigators.

 

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Neil chats with Marc Cerniglia, a founder at Spotlight Branding, which helps people, understand and implement Internet marketing.

 

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Neil chats with Nicole Whitaker, a solo practitioner in the Baltimore area focusing on immigration, trust estates, civil litigation, and family law. She is also an adjunct professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law. The interesting thing about Nicole’s career is that she was interested in opening her own practice from the start; as soon as her education was complete she began plans for her own solo practice.

 

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Neil chats with Tom Lambotte about his Mac-specific IT service for law firms, Global Mac IT. He’s spent over a decade researching refining his systems, and specializes in helping law firms make the transition from PC to Mac.

 

 

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Neil chats with Sean Morris about his experience as a primary authority in the restaurant community of Washington D.C., as well as their experience as co-graduates of the The Catholic University of America.

 

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Neil chats with Larry Port, another Mac fanatic, and founder/CEO of Rocket Matter, acloud-storage and time/billing management platform for legalpractitioners.

 

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Neil chats with Ben Stevens about his practice in Spartanburg, South Carolina and his blog The Mac Lawyer which was sparked from his love for Apple products.

 

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Neil fills us in on his experiences at the recent AVVO Lawyernomics 2016 Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.

 

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Neil fills us in on his experiences at the recent AVVO Lawyernomics 2016 Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.

 

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Neil goes solo on this episode to talk about reaching his 10th show, and the process of developing and launching the podcast.

 

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Neil chats with Val Nowattnick about her company Paralegal Consultants, and how she’s helped provide litigation support and law office management services to attorneys, running everything in an efficient virtual space.

 

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Neil chats with Pat Yevics, the director of law office management assistance for the Maryland State BAR Association. Pat offers some insight into programs that she works with that educate and inform hopeful solo practitioners, as well as the THREE THINGS every solo needs before starting their journey.

 

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Neil chats with Lynette Whitfield about her journey as a solo practitioner and achieving her desired quality of life. We also hear about her use of traditional marketing, working in a virtual environment, and her appointment as the founding director of LEAP – the Law Entrepreneur for Access Program.

 

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Neil chats with Nakia Gray about her solo practice, creative branding techniques, and how she’s managed her firm as a virtual business.

 

If you’d like to learn more about Nakia and her business, be sure to check out her personal website, as well as the website for her firm. You can also follow her on all social media outlets @NakiaGrayESQ.

 

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Neil chats with Derek Coburn, author of "Networking Is Not Working," and founder of the exclusive group CADRE in the DC Metro area. Derek shares his expertise on networking, especially as it relates to the field of law.

 

Derek also recommends checking out "Essentialism" by Greg McKeown

 

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Neil chats with Victor Medina about estate planning elder law, growing his practice and branching out into financial services, and his event "MiloFest." Enjoy!

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Neil chats with Zvi Band, the CEO of Contactually.com which helps business owners stay in touch with current and potential clients.

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Neil chats with Chris Berry about his distaste for conflict and courtroom litigation and his transition into elder law and estate planning.

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Neil chats with Tom Simeone about forming his own practice with his partner Craig Miller, and how they built their firm from a two-man operation to a thriving business.

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