A recap of another great month of referrals, collaboration and guest blog articles in Law Firm Suites’ Downtown shared law office space.
March Referral Recap
We’d like to give special thanks to the following attorneys who referred client matters to their Law Firm Suites colleagues during the month of March:
- Consumer bankruptcy attorney, Tanya Dwyer, referred an estate planning case to a LFS Trusts and Estates attorney, a project with a potential $5,000 in fees.
- Matrimonial attorney, Rachel Silberstein, referred an adoption case to a LFS family attorney, a project with a potential $5,500 in fees.
- Entertainment law attorney, Francelina Perdomo, referred a landlord/tenant litigation case to a LFS real estate attorney, a project with a potential $3,000 in fees.
- Intellectual Property attorney, Henry Cittone, referred a bankruptcy case to a LFS commercial bankruptcy attorney, a project with a potential of $40,000 in fees.
- Commercial litigator, Frank Monteleone, referred an employment litigation case to a LFS employment lawyer, a project with a potential $10,000 in fees.
- Criminal defense attorney, Karen Charrington, referred an asylum case to a LFS immigration attorney, a project with a potential $5,000 in fees.
- Oil and land-use attorney, R. Jason Huf, referred a divorce case to a LFS family law attorney, a project with a potential $6,000 in fees.
- IP and sports law attorney, Stephen Kunen, referred a landlord/tenant case to a LFS commercial litigator, a project with a potential $1,000 in fees.
- Wage and hour attorney, Joshua Parkhurst, referred a H1B case to a LFS immigration attorney, a project with a potential $7,000 in fees.
Of course, these referrals only represent those that we were aware of (because they were coordinated through LFS staff or clients told us about them). Every month there are dozens of other referrals that take place without our direct involvement or knowledge. Want your efforts recognized? Just let us know when you’ve referred a case to another LFS client!
March Guest Bloggers
Rachel Silberstein. Law Firm Suites virtual office client, Rachel Silberstein, wrote a well-received guest blog post on March 17, 2014, titled: When Should a Solo Attorney Fire a Client? In it, Rachel candidly describes how an attorney-client relationship went awry and provided 4 signs that may signal you should trust your gut, and part ways with a problematic client, before the situation becomes irreversible.
Joleena Louis. Family Law attorney Joleena Louis unveiled a new blog series this month: Things I Wish I Knew Before I Chose To Become a Solo Attorney. In her series, Joleena reveals the background behind her transition from the grind of a boutique family law associate to the her new found freedom as a solo attorney. Did we mentioned that her first post was the most viewed post of the year? Joleena’s blog series, Things I Wish I Knew… is published every Wednesday at 4 PM.
Vivian Sobers. Commercial litigation attorney and Law Firm Suites rising star, Vivian Sobers, penned the second most viewed post on the Community Counsel blog last month: What’s Your Hourly Rate? In her piece, Vivian speaks of how attorneys stand behind a “thin green line” when it comes to revealing their hourly rate.. Vivian’s blog series, Young, Hungry & Committed which describes her starting a solo law practice months after law school graduation, is published every Friday afternoon.
Lending a hand to help a colleague with a problem is part of what makes the Law Firm Suites’ Community great. We know of several “hallway” advice sessions that took place over the past month, but the following are examples of attorneys going “above and beyond” to help their colleagues.
- Real Estate attorney, Jonathan Geballe, assisted Personal Injury attorney, Duane Morgan with finding a particular co-op sale form.
- Intellectual Property attorney, Peter Berger, assisted Construction Law attorney, Christopher Platt with advice on a pending litigation.
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