Lanyards Are Stupid

This column is by Janet Stanton, Partner.  Adam Smith, Esq. The very (very!) good news is that IRL conferences are back.  We recently attended two on opposite coasts just over the course of ten days   What is definitely not so welcome is that lanyards are back as...

Law Really Is a Client Service Business–So What Are the Implications? Strategic Client Management

The following column is by Janet Stanton, Partner, Adam Smith, Esq. This may come as news, and, perhaps unwelcome news, at that, to many lawyers.  That said, again and again and in study after study clients express their strong preference for lawyers and firms that...

What is Strategic Client Management? And Why Should You Care?

The following article is by Janet Stanton, Partner, Adam Smith, Esq. Note: This article was recently sent to our subscriber list.  (See what you’re missing??) Now that we are squarely in an era of new possibilities and are thoroughly inoculated to the notion...

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