Tag: Law

In this episode, Jim & Tyson interview Jeff Horn, owner and principal of Horn Law Group, a firm that specializes in family and divorce. Hereunder Jeff tells about why he focused in family and divorce law, and his two books: Shock Proof Divorce and Shock Proof Family Law. Tune in as they talk about how having processes for everything in the office has helped workflow, the challenge he took in breaking a comfort level and how you learn through experience, and his aim at recruiting lawyers that only want to be family law practitioners to partner with them and grow

In this episode, Jim & Tyson interview Todd Smith, an appellate lawyer from Austin, Texas who runs his own law firm; Smith Nobles Appeals and is the president-elect of the Austin Bar Association. Listen as they go over Todd’s business and discuss about his mindset running his firm and helping lawyers with appeals, marketing strategies and systems, paying special attention to the importance of building personal relationships and networking.  Register to MaxLawCon19, June 6 and 7 in St.Louis.   Topics: Todd’s Journey to managing partner of a small law firm Judicial clerkship with the Texas Supreme Court > Interest in

In this episode, Jim & Tyson interview Patrick J. Higgins, a Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury and a Litigator Lawyer out of New York who has recently opened his own law firm; The Law Offices of Patrick J. Higgins, PLLC. Listen as they go over this big step after practicing for over 32 years; his mindset, strategy, marketing, challenges and surprises on the way! Register to MaxLawCon19, June 6 and 7 in St.Louis. Topics: About Patrick: Opened his firm in May of 2018 Plaintiff Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice lawyer for about 33 years No volume business; 15 or 20 cases

In this episode, Jim & Tyson interview Megan Zavieh, with Zavieh Law. Megan is an attorney with a broad range of litigation experience now focusing on attorney defense in the California State Bar disciplinary system. Listen as they go over her business, her strategies and marketing, information products and ethics. Topics: About Megan: Everyone of her clients is a Lawyer She represents them in state bars proceedings Applicants for the state bar and general ethics consulting Advice lawyers who are getting creative with the delivery of service Started in Big Law but her work and life weren’t compatible Launched her

In this pop-up episode, Tyson interviews Paul Lee, the Director of Business Development at The Expert Institute. The Institute connects attorneys with expert witnesses in all specialty areas. Listen as they go over what The Institute does and how it can help lawyers and law firms. Topics: What the Institute does? Streamline the entire process from the start when a potential client walks through the door; reviews, screening, experts Offices in Dallas, NY and Los Angeles Their team of physicians should be viewed as an extension of your firm Partnership program; unlimited access to their suite of services Focus on

In this Pop-up episode, Tyson interviews Marisa Portuondo, a solo practitioner from Miami, FL. Marisa owns Portuondo Law Firm and focuses on business law and property damage. Listen as they discuss about hiring the right person and go over the different processes and techniques they use in their law firms. Topics: Difficulties about hiring Including instructions in job postings Indeed.com 1 of 40 followed instructions in job posting Experience VS instructions Requiring cover letter Require a pdf cover letter Awesome Indeed functions 3 different proficiency quizzes An audio test for people who should use a lot the phone in their

In this episode, Jim & Tyson will go over a list of 6 reasons why Jim’s firm is transitioning away from Infusionsoft to another softwares. Topics: Jim and Tyson’s history with Infusionsoft Maximum Lawyer wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for Infusionsoft Discussions about running a law firm   The list: Infusionsoft is at the end of the day, build for Marketing; it’s really clunky when it comes to run a law firm off of it The sales pipeline itself and using the sales pipeline to try to show a client’s movement (Infusionsoft opportunities) in the during unit through the

In this episode, Jim and Tyson will catch up with each other. They will go over what’s been going on with their businesses and then dive in into this week’s topic: where are they going to be 25 years from now. Also, they will discuss about building a culture in a law firm and BHAGS.     This episode is all about building for the future, expanding, and putting in place systems that will allow us to grow; Innovating and improving ourselves.   BHAGS – Big Hairy Audacious Goal   “If you pick the wrong BHAG, your setting your firm