The members of Mosaic Legal are joining together for Virtual Coffee Breaks to discuss issues facing law firms during the coronavirus pandemic. You can join our conversations below, starting with the most recent.
Today we were joined by Tom Blandford of Armstrong Watson. Join our discussion on M&A activity and the value of law firms:
As promised here is Part 2 of our conversation with Paul Bennett on regulation for law firms:
Here we chat with Paul Bennett about all things regulation for law firms. Part 2 of our discussions is coming soon:
Today we are pleased to continue our discussions with Sara Hutton on all things banking for law firms – here is Part 2 as promised:
Outsourcing in the ‘new normal’ was today’s topic – do join us:
Here we chat with Sara Hutton about all things banking for law firms. Watch out for Part 2 coming soon:
Today we share our thoughts on the idea of a flexible workforce and the benefits and challenges it could bring to law firms:
In this clip we discuss matters affecting re-opening – how a return to offices might take place, the measures in place for meeting clients and the likely impact on the property market for offices:
Today’s topic was cash flow for law firms, just click below to join us:
Today we had a 10 minute chat on how the virus may affect marketing for law firms:
Here’s part 2 of our conversation on Employee Ownership Trusts and how they can be used to create buyers for law firms:
What are our marketing observations for law firms?
Today we begin our conversation about Employee Ownership Trusts and how they can be used to create buyers for law firms – join us and also look out for part 2!
A further chat about 1907 Limited Liability Partnerships, FICs, trusts and unlimited companies kept us busy during today’s virtual coffee break:
Today we muse on Family Investment Companies and Family Investment Partnerships as an alternative to Trusts. We also look at the Limited Partnership Act 1907 and drafting a new LLP Agreement for a client:
In our next virtual coffee break, we discuss the economic impact of the lockdown:
Today we discussed how the lockdown is affecting us personally:
Pricing was the topic for this virtual coffee break, in particular how law firms should sensitively handle the issue of urgent work:
What can law firms do to keep the cash flowing? Here are our thoughts:
Partnership disputes may have a tendency to escalate during a time of crisis – we consider what law firms should and shouldn’t be doing now:
The first relates to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: