Left to right: Randy Evans and Shari Klevens, Dentons partners ()
The end of the calendar year for law firms usually means one things above all else: collections. Attorneys and law practices feel the pressure to collect receivables and to reach out to clients in an effort to obtain any delayed payment for legal work performed. It used to be that law firms would rather leave money on the table than sue their own clients. However, in light of the business pressures of the modern practice, law firms are showing more willingness to file a lawsuit when they cannot get a client to pay.
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