Founding and managing a law firm is a significant investment. It would not be amiss to say that the heartbeat of your firm is closely linked to your own when it comes to finances, reputation, growth, and overall success. As such, it is vital to keep an ear on that heartbeat. Like any other business,
Cash flow shows the true picture of the financial health of a law firm. Poor cash flow management will make the firm struggle to stay afloat as it can’t pay bills, salaries, or, let alone invest. Law firms had no choice but to adjust to the economic downturn because of the impacts of the pandemic,
The COVID-19 pandemic upended many industries, including the legal industry, where law firms have had to adapt fast to an entirely new way to work. As with most momentous upheavals, the sudden and radical adoption of remote work and sudden change of way of life has brought new risk management challenges for law firms. Statistics
A few years back, Microsoft Office was all the technology many law firms needed to run most of their internal processes. Today, even Office has been supplanted by cloud-based collaboration web apps like Google Docs. This alone shows how much technology has changed to make the office more efficient and productive. As a law firm,
Introducing LawBillity by eBillity. A time and expense tracking app with client billing – designed for legal professionals.
Since 2011, eBillity has offered its award winning and globally recognized time and billing software to law firms under the branded name of “Time Tracker +Legal”. It became apparent to the eBillity team late in 2019 that we need to carve off our legal product, assign a development team and focus on features that will