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Client Connection has published the following articles:
Accounts Receivable: Problem or Opportunity?
New Jersey Law Journal - August 15, 2016
Accounts Receivable: Take Decisive Action before Autumn's Chill Turns to Winter's Freeze
FamilyLawyerMagazine.com - September 30th, 2015
Mid-Year Billing: Is Your Accounts Receivable Management Plate Half Empty or Half Full?
Legal Management - June 2014, Volume 33 • Issue 6
What Are You Doing To Improve Accounts Receivable?
ALA Currents - Law Firm Management Trends & Innovations, December 22, 2011
"Actions Speak Louder Than Words With Accounts Receivable" Wisconsin Law Journal Online, November 29th, 2011.
ALA Exibit Hall's Growing Tradition, Knowledge
By Jake Krocheski (Client Connection) and ALA member John Kirk, CLM"
For One and One For All," www.alanet.org, February/March 2005
Paid," Legal Management, Sept/Oct 2007"
Collection Simplified," Legal Times, July 2005.
"Firm Leadership Must Direct Accounts Receivable,"
Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly, May 9, 2011
a Handle on Your Bill Collection - Now," Legal Times, March
"How to Get Your Clients to Pay Up," American
Lawyer, July/August 1998.
Time To Collect: Getting Clients to Pay Legal Bills is Harder Than Ever
This Year, Due to Cash-Flow Problems," Legal Times, November
Accounts Current; Five Ways to Keep Your Accounts Receivable from Showing
Their Age" Legal Management, September/October, 2010.
Lessons About Managing Your Receivables in a Down Economy,"
New Jersey Law Journal, March 2010
Focus On Accounts Receivable," New Jersey Law Journal,
March 13, 2006.
My Job," Competitive Edge, September/October 2003.
Your Big Bill," Legal Times, April 2007.
"Steps Toward Stronger Year-End Collections"
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, November 2009
a Collection: The Problem with Keeping Quiet About Accounts Receivable." Legal Management. July/August 2001.
Steps You Can Take Now for a More Profitable Year-End," Legal