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Law firm accounting can be difficult. Not only are there the usual aspects of corporate accounting, such as payroll, office […]
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Accounting and bookkeeping for lawyers may be a hassle, especially for those who would rather be practicing law than calculating […]
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The role of technology in the legal profession is becoming more important. Technological advances have made ordinary work in a […]
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During these times we have seen an increased amount of e-transfers, mobile deposits, and other lawyer initiated transfers etc. With […]
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On March 13, 2020, Minister of Finance Bill Morneau, Governor of the Bank of Canada Stephen Poloz, and Superintendent of […]
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Filing your firm’s report is like visiting your doctor for your annual physical. A little nerve wracking and invasive but […]
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A.I. can significantly reduce time and money spent on unbillable hours working on marketing, client relationships, business growth and development. […]
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The entrepreneurial spirit is exciting. Among professionals, lawyers starting their own firms experience all of the excitement that comes with […]
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LSUC PDCC Report The Professional Development and Competence Committee have reported a re-focus of how and who they are spot […]
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Whether you’re launching out to start a new practice on your own, or perhaps you’re a seasoned partner in a […]
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