Author(s): James D Cotterman , Stuart Dodds , Tim Corcoran , Mary Juetten , Richard Brzakala , Louis Young , Andrew O'Connor , Andy Poole
Publication date: Mar 2021
Why this report, why now?
We began 2020 in bright spirits and bountiful economic conditions; by early March all that had changed. Economic adjustments were made and, overall, firms ended the year in much better shape than their spring worst-case projections anticipated. Some firms were even close to their original 2020 profit expectations to date – largely due to quick actions to curtail expenditures as COVID-19 got underway in the US. Adjusting the Numbers: The Future of Finance in Law Firms looks back at a year like no other in our lifetimes, highlighting pricing, budgeting, strategic planning and people management principles, and identifying good compensation practices that can be applied during the pandemic, its gradual cessation, and beyond.
Unique selling points:
First title to look at financial performance post-COVID, focusing on pricing, compensation, financing, KPIs and partner management.