Business Development for Litigators

business development, litigation, law firm marketing

Business development is especially difficult for litigators, who will labor for months on a case, bring it to a successful conclusion, and then have a gaping hole of billable time to fill. Join us to learn how to overcome the bane of litigators: the one-shot case.

DATE: Thursday, May 21st, 2009,1 PM - 2:15 PM Eastern time
LOCATION: At your office, on the Web
TO REGISTER:Click the button to register online via credit card; Register Now!or visit
or call us at 1-630-572-4798.

Marketing experts Michael G. Cummings and I will litigators how to grow your litigation client base using a variety of techniques. We have helped litigators at dozens of firms keep their caseload steady -- and growing.  In one case, we helped a litigator at a trial boutique increase her revenue to the firm from $200,000 per year to $2.5 million in one year!  She simply followed our advice, which includes the following:


  • Are you building the referral network you need to bring in litigation business?
  • Do you know which industries or types of litigation to pursue?
  • How much work do you continue to bring in from former clients?
  • How well are you bringing in new work for your firm and taking control of your career?
  • What business development techniques must you apply to make it happen?


  • Experienced litigators who want to smooth out the peaks and valleys of their practice.
  • Young litigators eager to build a career in litigation.
  • Marketing partners who plan to build up their firm's litigation practice.
  • Managing partners seeking to maintain and grow the revenue from a solid litigation practice. 

Registration fee: $300.  Click here to register instantly with a credit card or contact Michael Cummings at 1-630-572-4798. You can display the program in a conference room, put the telephone on speaker mode, and invite as many attendees at your firm as you wish. One connection per registration, and any number can attend.

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