Search engine optimization (SEO) is ever-changing. Right when you think you have mastered the art of SEO, the algorithm changes, or a new concept is introduced that may be vital to your law firm’s online success. As a result, no matter what level of SEO experience you have, it is normal to have a few questions occasionally.
Keep reading to see answers to the top 10 most common questions on lawyer SEO.
The Coronavirus Pandemic has imprisoned many lawyers with poor working conditions at inflexible firms. Escape paths include alternative careers, lateral moves, retirements, sabbaticals, and starting a new firm. The new firm path is best for lawyers with an entrepreneurial spirit and good organizational skills. This article provides startup tips for recent graduates and experienced lawyers. It includes links to articles, books, forms, and websites for starting a successful law firm.
A lawyer can draft a thorough licensing agreement that takes into account the most important elements of a licensee and licensor relationship.
What is a licensing agreement?
A licensing agreement is a written contract giving permission to a licensee to use another party’s property, the licensor. This can apply to trademarks, patents, or their brand in its entirety. The agreement will contain specific details on the type of licensing agreement, how the licensor is compensated, and the terms of how things can be used. A Lawyer can help individuals as well as companies draft these important legal documents.
When you go to the trouble and expense of creating an LLC or Corporation — instead of operating as a sole proprietorship or partnership—you are doing so in order to avoid being personally responsible for the debts of the business and claims of third parties or employees against the business. An LLC or Corporate Kit is a highly efficient, time-honored way to way to help ensure that this crucial goal is indeed carried out.
If there were ever an industry known for its reluctance to adapt to change, it would be legal. You might argue that this techno-conservatism is built into the architecture, so to speak. Lawyers spend long hours living in the historical world of legal precedents, studying old cases, and applying past laws to present cases. It makes sense that the ensuing business culture that developed among attorneys was a bit change-averse, to put it lightly.
This, of course, is a generalization. But, law firms tend to have a reverence for tradition that is mild or completely absent in other industries. This post is going to explore the ways that reverence for tradition—in the form of a traditional brick and mortar law firm— may be holding back your attorneys, staff, and ultimately, your practice from growth.
But first, let’s explore some myths regarding how the legal industry performed during the pandemic.
Asset protection ensures that your assets are protected in case of a lawsuit or claims of creditors with a trust or other legal document from an estate planning attorney.
Ultimately, planning for your future with asset protection helps prevent your assets from being seized by creditors. An estate attorney can help you choose the planning tools that act as a defense against litigation by creditors or even a malpractice lawsuit.
Truth be told, anyone can get sued, whether for credit card debt, a car accident, a foreclosure, or more. This means that regardless of your net worth or salary, you should consult with our estate planning attorney to learn more about asset protection to avoid losing your assets or the need to file for bankruptcy protection. An Estate attorney will take the time necessary to assess and understand your needs and create a strategy for protecting your assets.
Starting a business is an exciting venture with lots of different details to consider. Drafting a legal business contract is important to minimize risks and provide legal protection for both you and your company. Even so, these business contracts can be breached, causing stress and panic.
A breach of contract can take on a variety of different forms in the business setting. As experienced business law attorneys, we’re well acquainted with various remedies and preparation techniques for managing breached business contracts.
Any of our corporate kits may be purchased for non-profit corporations. In addition to the corporate record book and slipcase (or dust protection), all kits come with a corporate seal and zipper pouch, a 12-tab non-profit index (Cat. No. 5147), membership roll sheets, an A-Z index and, for kits without the PDFs described below, 50 sheets of 20#, 25% cotton minute paper.