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Archives for December 2010
  • samglover
    Credit Card Payments
    Graham asked me about taking credit card payments. I have been using PayPal for this for a few years, now. PayPal charges you based on your monthly income. Here is PayPal's merchant fee chart: [image: ?ui=2&view=att&th=1268f4c221fa…
    samglover 2 views 5 comments Most recent by Allison Shields Legal Technology
  • samglover
    The Paperless (Law) Office
    Instead of trying to post a summary of the webinar, here are the written materials I put together on the paperless office. It should cover most of the things we talked about today. (Note: The contact information on these is two years out of date; pl…
    samglover 21 views 18 comments Most recent by Andrew Bloch Legal Technology
  • Flat fees in Domestic Relations
    Dear Sam and Group, I practice in Cleveland, Ohio and primarily focus on domestic relations matters and criminal law cases. Having practiced for more than 30 years, I have read the literature on flat fee billing and value billing in divorce cases an…
    2 views 3 comments Most recent by Legal Technology
  • Graham Martin
    Practice Funding
    Perhaps this is too personal a question, or something that differs immensely from practice to practice, but I am trying to determine what balance people keep in their business accounts as a floor (or minimum). I'm finding that due to clients n…
    Graham Martin 1 view 10 comments Most recent by William Chuang Legal Technology
  • samglover
    2010 Flat Fee Experiment
    Until recently, I have given most clients the option to pay me by the hour, even if I also quoted them a flat fee. No more. It just doesn't make sense. In my debt collection defense cases, for example, I usually charge 20-30% (with minimums) as a fl…
    samglover 1 view 4 comments Most recent by Steph Kimbro Legal Technology
  • Patricia Buss
    Flat fees
    Sam, I am intrigued by the flat-fee concept every time I hear/see you discuss it.  My practice is limited to family law and guardianship/conservatorship.   In the guardianship/conservatorship area, it's simple enough to set a flat fee.  In family …
    Patricia Buss 1 view 7 comments Most recent by Larry Rose Legal Technology
  • samglover
    Jen brought up forms, and I thought I would share my decidedly low-tech approach. Those who read Lawyerist probably know I have a low opinion of most software. Whenever possible, I prefer procedural solutions to technological ones. So my forms "da…
    samglover 2 views 10 comments Most recent by Andres Mejer Legal Technology

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