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Entries tagged “Alternative Law Firm Model”

Rimon’s Model Featured in Variety Magazine

Insight Jill H. Berliner Jill H. Berliner · April 20, 2018
Leading Music, Sports, and Entertainment attorney, Jill Berliner, explains to Variety how she went from being a slave of the billable hour at her former big law firm to an “evolved” law firm that better serves her clients' interests. Click here to view the article. Ms. Berliner has represented artists, songwriters, managers,

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Why Traditional Law Firms are Behind the Automation Curve - Rimon’s Law360 Article Responding to McKinsey Report

Insight Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · December 14, 2017
In this article published in Law360, Rimon’s CEO Michael Moradzadeh discusses why the pyramid model of traditional law firms do not allow them to embrace automation and artificial intelligence, at great cost to their clients and their own future, and why Rimon is at the forefront of this innovation due to its innovative

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How to Telecommute Without Being Remote

Insight Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · May 10, 2017
In this article published in Law360, Rimon’s CEO Michael Moradzadeh argues that allowing lawyers to work remotely can be counterproductive if the firm's entire model and culture does not ensure that telecommuters are equally connected to the firm's social and professional communities. “To take full advantage of the

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Rimon Op-ed in Law360: A time bomb for law firms, mismatched assets and liabilities

Insight Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · Thomas M. White Thomas M. White · March 14, 2017
In this Law360 Op-ed, Rimon's Thomas White and Michael Moradzadeh argue that law firm management has a particularly critical task: managing the magnitude and longevity of firm assets and liabilities. The firm that fails to balance these factors skillfully may find it difficult to attract and retain talent. "Many commentators have

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Forbes Article by Rimon CEO:  Law Firms Join The Destructive Dance To Higher Associate Salaries

Insight Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · July 15, 2016
(Go directly to article in Forbes here.) In the most enduring and infamous comment from the subprime meltdown, former Citigroup CEO Chuck Prince explained away his company’s disastrous leveraged lending before the crash with the comment that “as long as the music’s playing, you’ve got to get up and dance.”

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Law Firm 3.0: Thinking Beyond the Virtual and Conventional Models

Insight Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · January 05, 2015
Cloud technology allows attorneys to work anywhere they have a secure internet connection. This provides for greater flexibility, happier lawyers, higher profits, and better-served clients. However, a pure virtual law firm is not the answer. Cafes might work for some meetings, but often a brick and mortar office is necessary. Law

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Convergence: Growing Dissatisfaction with Biglaw and the Rise of the Alternatives

Insight Yaacov P. Silberman Yaacov P. Silberman · Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · November 14, 2014
Presentation by Rimon, P.C. CEO, Michael Moradzadeh and COO, Yaacov Silberman Evolutions in technology, the economy and business culture are forcing a change in the legal industry. Rimon’s CEO and COO share how Rimon and other alternative legal services companies are changing the way lawyers practice law and how clients are ultimately the

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Rimon’s 2014 Complimentary CLE/CPE Webinar Series

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Nov 11, 2014

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Rimon's 2014 CLE webinar series covers a wide variety of topics relevant to today's legal climate. In the first week, we will explore the effects of changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure with Partner John Isaza and dive into exciting changes in the law firm model with CEO Michael Moradzadeh and COO Yaacov Silberman. During the

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Time for a New Kind of Law Firm

Insight Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · March 10, 2011

The traditional law firm is based on an outdated feudal system that creates inefficiency, unhappy lawyers, and underserved clients.  Adopting business models from other industries, cloud computing, and virtualization has allowed for new law firm models.  These models allow attorneys better lives through increased freedom and productivity, and also allow for better client service.

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