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Dori Foster-Morales, president-elect of the Florida Bar, shares insights on the year ahead and discusses the goals of her own presidency beginning in 2020.
Peggy Hoyt and Alex Douglas share practice tips based on the latest elder law and estate planning updates.
Howard Rosenblatt discusses the key factors of prepaid legal insurance plans and why they’re beneficial for both the consumer and the attorney.
Following their panel at the Florida Bar’s Annual Convention, guests Janette Smith, Christine Senne, and Anessa Allen Santos discuss how the Florida Bar is promoting better tech use.
David Curle talks about new practices in different areas of the legal industry, survey trends in the legal space and give tips on the most effective way firms can pursue innovation.
Law Technology Now
Megan Zavieh talks about 'The Playbook', her content marketing strategies, and shares advice for lawyers thinking about starting podcasts.
Sharon Nelson and John Simek help give guidance for lawyers with cybersecurity paralysis, and have a discussion on how to improve security based on the size of the firm and types of information held.
Jack Newton, Mary Juetten, and Patrick Palace discuss how data, processes, and KPIs can help law firms drive growth and productivity.
Glen Mulready talks about what it's like to be the insurance commissioner in Oklahoma, why he chose to pursue public office, and discusses Oklahoma's recent severe weather events.
Ben Farrow, Joy Webb, and Kevin Almeroth talk about their experiences working in LegalShield provider firms, what it means to be part of LegalShield's firm and discuss the challenges with the company.
Josh Team, president of Keller Williams, addresses how lawyers can play an integral role in helping companies keep pace with the rapid pace of tech innovation.
State Bar of Texas Podcast
Jan Glassman talks about her law firm business, her services she provides, and the challenges she faces when growing a law firm.