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As attorneys, we routinely litigate, arbitrate, and negotiate on behalf of our clients. With regularity, we analyze, synthesize and scrutinize certain facts, precedent and regulations. We often find comfort in a courtroom, boardroom or conference room. Managing accounts receivable, however seem to befuddle the best of us. Collection of overdue client invoices is an important law practice management skill, and in order not only to survive but thrive as a solo practice or firm, attorneys should master this talent as well.  Click here to read more.

 

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