Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Returning to Your Office after a Disaster

At the Practice Manager blog, (Texas Bar Association, September 16, 2017)), Giselda Bradley  gives step-by-step practical advice on trying to resume your practice after surviving a natural  disaster. The most critical matter:

Contacting your clients is the most crucial aspect of your business continuation. If your clients have been impacted by the disaster as well, they will be happy to hear from you and know that you are concerned about their well-being. At the same time, they can tell you if they have new needs for your services. You will want to get an idea of the work that is coming in, and what kind of cash flow it will create. Prioritize the work to most urgent, somewhat urgent, and can wait a while, until your practice is fully functional again. It is important to know how much money you will need during the recovery period, and knowing what type of work is coming in, will help determine that number.

You can access the article here.

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https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/legal_skills/2017/09/returning-to-your-office-after-a-disaster.html

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