In this extended episode of our bi-weekly ask the experts GNGF (Get Noticed Get Found) CEO, Mark Homer, sits down with Patrick Palace and talks about Palace Law’s growth strategy and who that strategy can work for. Patrick Palace is the owner of Palace Law, a firm of workers’ compensation and personal injury attorneys.
Laura O’Bryan is revolutionizing a lot in the legal industry with her company MyVirtual.Lawyer. They’re changing the way lawyers meet their clients, work with them, and even how they bill for their work. Unbundled legal services (aka limited scope representation) isn’t a new idea, but in the age of COVID-19,
Sonia Lakhany is an expert not just on trademark law, but personal branding as well. She’s building a successful practice while searching for the work-life balance that’s right for her. In this extended interview, Mark dives into Sonia’s firm, how she built it, why she chose trademarks, where trademark law can fit
Mark C. Palmer is the Chief Counsel of the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism (2civility.org). Mark leads programming on professionalism, integrity, and outreach initiatives including a mentoring program for new lawyers. Serving
Chad Burton is a pioneer in the legal industry, CEO of CuroLegal, and co-founder of Modern Law Practice. A former litigator who developed one of the nation’s first “new model” law firms (leveraging cloud-based technology & modern business
Dan Lear is a lawyer and legal industry gadfly, Chief Instigator of Right Brain Law, and partnership builder at Gravity Legal. As a practicing attorney, he advised technology companies from startups to the Fortune 100. Since his transition from tech lawyer to legal technologist Dan’s been mentioned, featured, or published