From IPE: The Steps Involved From Meeting with the Client to Researching the Issues

The Steps Involved From Meeting with the Client to Researching the Issues guest author: Joe Custer, JD, MBA, MLS Step 1: Find the Facts Step 2: Spot the Issues Step 3: Choose a Starting Point Step 4: Think First Step 5: Create Effective Search Terms Step 6: Identify Appropriate Legal Sources Step 7: Use Helpful Finding Tools Step 8: Use […]

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From IPE: Improve Your Law Firm’s Accounts Receivable

Improve Your Law Firm’s Accounts Receivable Guest author: Rhonda L. Corn, Paralegal/Administrator The “collection of legal fees” is not billable work so many law firms do not give this task the attention it deserves. Often, accounts receivable only become a priority when it becomes a financial problem for the firm or, the firm has waited too long to collect from […]

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From IPE: Employment Discrimination and Harassment

Employment Discrimination and Harassment Source: IPE Tools of the Trade e-Newsletter Click HERE to join their mailing list. Guest Author: Dana L. Bacsi, Esquire Discrimination and Harassment in the workplace is unlawful. Employment decisions must be based on legitimate job-related criteria. It is inappropriate to act in a manner that reflects negatively on individuals based on protected categories. Make sure […]

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From IPE: Four Ways to Achieve Better Results When Retaining Consultants and Experts

Four Ways to Achieve Better Results When Retaining Consultants and Experts Source: IPE Tools of the Trade e-Newsletter Click HERE to join their mailing list. Guest Author: Mila Carlson, PhD, MSHSA, R.N., CLNC, CNLCP Consultants and Experts who are retained have varying levels of experience. However, they all want to complete the specified work on your case as quickly and […]

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From IPE: Top 10 Tips for Preventing Subrogation Issues & Handling Subrogation Claims

Top 10 Tips for Preventing Subrogation Issues & Handling Subrogation Claims Source: IPE Tools of the Trade e-Newsletter Click HERE to join their mailing list. Guest Author: April S. Wynn-Buchanan Providers of health insurance and benefits generally have the right to determine whether a third party may be responsible for paying for your injuries. The most common subrogation claims will […]

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