Mr. Swanson has been working at the senior executive level in trial law firm financing since 2000. He is the published author of How David Beats Goliath: Access to Capital for Contingent-Fee Law Firms and has given lectures at seminars and CLE programs nationwide, educating trial lawyers about financial management. Mr. Swanson is also a member of the ASTC.
Mr. Swanson has worked at the senior executive level in trial law firm financing since 2000. He is the published author of How David Beats Goliath: Access to Capital for Contingent-Fee Law Firms and has given lectures at seminars and CLE programs nationwide, educating trial lawyers about financial management. Mr. Swanson is also a member of the ASTC.
Joseph E. Fournier, attorney and CPA of Fournier Legal Services, joins Michael J. Swanson to discuss why it is important for law firms to have a succession plan.
In today's video, Michael J. Swanson interviews attorney and CPA, Joseph Fournier about the many ways lawyers can add value to their firms.
Could the pending tax code changes have a substantial impact on your law firm?
Watch this must-see interview with attorney and CPA, Joseph E. Fournier and author and educator, Michael J. Swanson to find out more.
Watch Michael J. Swanson's recent interview with Attorney Rocky McElhaney of The Rocky McElhaney Law Firm in Nashville, TN where they discuss how to make the leap from manger to leader in your law firm.
In today's video, Attorney John K. Zaid of John K. Zaid & Associates shares with Author and Educator, Michael J. Swanson how he used networking to grow his law firm from a solo practice to a firm with over 50 employees.
In today's video, Attorney Ryan McKeen of Connecticut Trial Firm sits down with Author & Educator, Michael J. Swanson, to talk about the book he wrote with four other attorneys, Jay Ruane, Billie Tarascio, William Umansky, and Theresa DeGray called Tiger Tactics: Powerful Strategies for Winning Law Firms, which is a book that discusses law practice management strategies.
It’s no secret that funding mass torts can get expensive really quick. Many small or mid-size firms often have to go about the difficult task of obtaining the needed capital from an outside source, contributing to the overall cost and potential loss of investment.
Fortunately, there is an option when it comes to funding a mass tort action that won’t break the bank. Check out Michael J. Swanson’s article, A Unique and Extremely Low Cost Way to Fund Mass Torts, to learn about case expense funding, and how you can fund your mass tort action.
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