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In his blog (“the [non] billable hour“), Matthew Homann (lawyer, mediator, blogger and entrepreneur) recently wrote a blog entitled “Let Your Clients Decide Your Price” (March 9, 2009). In that blog, Matthew challenged lawyers to let their clients set the price of the work they do – after it is done! This is revolutionary, not […]

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It’s probably safe to suggest that most ordinary Torontonians do not personally know or have immediate access to a lawyer to help resolve their legal issues. Rather, they may depend on their friends, colleagues, or other professionals they do know (e.g. bankers, accountants, consultants, real estate agents, insurance agents, paralegals, other lawyers they know, etc.) […]

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In an article written almost a year ago by Jim Middlemiss entitled “Bill clock no longer ticks in new firm model; No pressure on lawyers’ at Thackray Burgess” (National Post, 27 February 2008), the author described how one 34-lawyer energy law firm in Calgary was doing things differently: by treating lawyers as consultants. Lawyers at […]

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