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How to Protect Your Business from the Next Shutdown

Hosted by: Law As a Business (LAB)
Recorded: Wednesday, July 15, 2020
Duration: 60 Minutes
Presenters: LORI PULVERMACHER, MBA, Practice Solutions Advisor, Law as a Business Services, Hilary Johnson, MBA, Director of Creative Services, Law as a Business Services, JIM WOLVERTON, J.D., Assistant Director of Education, ElderCounsel
Moderator: VALERIE PETERSON, J.D., CEO, ElderCounsel

With COVID-19 continuing to spread, it’s important to plan now for the possibility of another shutdown so that your business and income stream are protected. Attorneys who adapted their marketing and office procedures quickly after the first shutdown were least affected, continued helping clients and gained new business.

During this panel discussion you will learn digital marketing strategies that can help you keep in touch with referral sources, potential clients and your client base even if you’re required to keep a safe distance. You will also learn how to implement processes and utilize technology to stay in touch with clients and referral sources even if you can’t see them in your office.

We’ll also cover how to have a flexible plan in place to get work done even if you’re unable to go into the office.

“Don’t wait until it is too late” is the primary lesson law firms learned in the spring. Join us to learn the steps you can take today to make sure your pipeline of cases is strong and you have a plan to get the work done.

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