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Starting a Solo Practice in New York (2016)

Starting a Solo Practice in New York (2016)

Total Credits: 8.0 (Ethics 3.5, Professional Practice 4.5)
This program provides an overview of what it takes to own your own practice. From choosing a business entity to choosing office space and attracting new clients, get practical and useful tips for starting a practice in New York. Focusing on solo practice, program topics include: setting up bank accounts; general accounting information; tax concerns; setting up IOLA accounts; client retainer agreements and intake forms; collecting payments; leaving your old firm; handling referral business; the ethical issues of using the Internet to market your practice; social media considerations; increasing your list of contacts; and much more.

Includes segments on:
• Cutting-Edge Ethical Considerations for the Solo Practitioner
• Client Intake Letters of Engagement Retainers and IOLA
• Understanding Your Malpractice Insurance Policy

Speakers:
Peter A. Giuliani, Smock Law Firm Consultants
Cliff R. Ennico, Esq., Law Offices of Clifford R. Ennico
Marian C. Rice, Esq., L'Abbate Balkan, Colavita & Contini, LLP
Joe Rivera, USI Affinity
Carol Schiro Greenwald, Ph.D., MarketingPartners
Stefan Savic, Esq. Balestriere Fariello
Gary Fiebert, Smock Law Firm Consultants
David DePietto, NexFirm LLC
Chintan Panchal, Esq., RPCK Rastegar Panchal
Format:
  • DVD+MP3
Product Code:
  • FEG04
Areas Of Professional Practice Credit(s):
  • 4.0
Ethics and Professionalism Credit(s):
  • 3.5
Total Credit(s):
  • 7.5

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