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Fuel Your New York Growth With Real Estate

Fuel Your New York Growth With Real Estate

Many firms seem to view real estate as secondary in importance after corporate and private equity work when looking to increase profitability. In New York City, however, it is a missed opportunity, and some Am Law firms are proving exactly that. By Keith Fall &...

Reconsidering Lateral Partner Moves After 60

Reconsidering Lateral Partner Moves After 60

This year’s new partner classes are advancing at a watershed moment in U.S. history: In 2019, U.S. Census data predict, Millennials will replace Baby Boomers as the biggest segment of the country’s population. In raw numbers, among big firm attorneys, Millennials now...

For Law Firms, a Deep Dive Into Private Equity Can Be Lucrative

For Law Firms, a Deep Dive Into Private Equity Can Be Lucrative

If there’s a single practice sector that law firms should seek to grow in 2019, it’s deal work from middle-market private equity firms. Renowned for transforming lackluster companies into top performers ripe for a profitable spinoff or an IPO, private equity funds in...

How Law Firms Can Prepare for FinTech Wave

How Law Firms Can Prepare for FinTech Wave

The world of financial services is being upended by new technologies—from virtual currencies and blockchain to peer-to-peer lending and enhanced mobile banking—that are capturing customers, as well as the attention of Wall Street investors and industry regulators....

In New York’s Start-Up Sector, Lawyers’ Opportunities Abound

In New York’s Start-Up Sector, Lawyers’ Opportunities Abound

Wall Street and Fortune 500 clients drive corporate business for most New York law firms, a completely understandable position given the city’s status as the world’s leading financial center. We would like to posit an alternate path for corporate lawyers and law firms...

Fuel Your New York Growth With Real Estate

Fuel Your New York Growth With Real Estate

Many firms seem to view real estate as secondary in importance after corporate and private equity work when looking to increase profitability. In New York City, however, it is a missed opportunity, and some Am Law firms are proving exactly that. By Keith Fall &...

Reconsidering Lateral Partner Moves After 60

Reconsidering Lateral Partner Moves After 60

This year’s new partner classes are advancing at a watershed moment in U.S. history: In 2019, U.S. Census data predict, Millennials will replace Baby Boomers as the biggest segment of the country’s population. In raw numbers, among big firm attorneys, Millennials now...

For Law Firms, a Deep Dive Into Private Equity Can Be Lucrative

For Law Firms, a Deep Dive Into Private Equity Can Be Lucrative

If there’s a single practice sector that law firms should seek to grow in 2019, it’s deal work from middle-market private equity firms. Renowned for transforming lackluster companies into top performers ripe for a profitable spinoff or an IPO, private equity funds in...

How Law Firms Can Prepare for FinTech Wave

How Law Firms Can Prepare for FinTech Wave

The world of financial services is being upended by new technologies—from virtual currencies and blockchain to peer-to-peer lending and enhanced mobile banking—that are capturing customers, as well as the attention of Wall Street investors and industry regulators....

In New York’s Start-Up Sector, Lawyers’ Opportunities Abound

In New York’s Start-Up Sector, Lawyers’ Opportunities Abound

Wall Street and Fortune 500 clients drive corporate business for most New York law firms, a completely understandable position given the city’s status as the world’s leading financial center. We would like to posit an alternate path for corporate lawyers and law firms...

Fuel Your New York Growth With Real Estate

Fuel Your New York Growth With Real Estate

Many firms seem to view real estate as secondary in importance after corporate and private equity work when looking to increase profitability. In New York City, however, it is a missed opportunity, and some Am Law firms are proving exactly that. By Keith Fall &...

Reconsidering Lateral Partner Moves After 60

Reconsidering Lateral Partner Moves After 60

This year’s new partner classes are advancing at a watershed moment in U.S. history: In 2019, U.S. Census data predict, Millennials will replace Baby Boomers as the biggest segment of the country’s population. In raw numbers, among big firm attorneys, Millennials now...