Existential Threats to Law Firms

June 22, 2017 - WEBINAR

1:00 PM - 2:15 PM Eastern Time
12:00 Noon - 1:15 PM Central
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM Mountain
10:00 AM - 11:15 AM Pacific
 

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What causes successful law firms to falter or fail?  When is a loss of key partners or a decline in revenue a temporary setback, and when is it a warning of worse to come?  Can the convergence of several otherwise manageable problems tip a firm into crisis?

This 75-minute Altman Weil Webinar, Existential Threats to Law Firms, identifies seven scenarios that can lead to potentially catastrophic partner defections and financial stress.  We will discuss the underlying drivers of each and provide practical solutions to manage through the risk and safeguard your firm’s future.

Topics include:

  • Unplanned leadership transitions
  • Fracturing partnership culture: Loyalty vs. agility
  • Compensation guarantees for lateral partners
  • Unfunded retirement obligations
  • Long-term debt: Borrowing against the future
  • Expiring lease obligations: A time of vulnerability
  • On the horizon: The endemic risk of overcapacity 

Who should attend:

  • Managing Partners and Firm Chairs
  • Executive and Management Committee members
  • Practice Group Leaders
  • Executive Directors and Chief Administrators
  • Every partner with a stake in the firm's future 

Program presenter:

James D. Cotterman, Principal, Altman Weil, Inc.

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$295 for each registration. 

Your registration includes:

  • One internet connection for unlimited participants at one location
  • One toll-free phone connection at one location
  • One set of program materials, with permission to distribute to participants in your organization 

A complete flash recording of the audio and video portions of the webinar on CD is available for those who can't make the date.

Register or order the CD now!

Cancellations made less than 24 hours before the program will receive a credit applicable to a future Altman Weil Webinar or webinar CD recording.

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