By Jeremy Masys The so-called “freelance economy” - or “gig economy,” if you please - appears to be here to stay, with no signs of slowing growth. As of 2016, approximately 34% … [Read more...] about What Lawyers Need to Know About NYC’s “Freelance Isn’t Free” Law
Is Going “Virtual” the Future of Law?
By Kris L. Canaday This question is posed time and again. In conversation. In group discussions. In articles. In passing. In all seriousness. The increasing interest in … [Read more...] about Is Going “Virtual” the Future of Law?
Making the Switch to Freelance Law – Financial Considerations
by Meg Bartelt, FLOW Financial (Guest Blogger) I’m a financial planner. My clients are typically mothers who work in the high tech industry, and I help guide them through their … [Read more...] about Making the Switch to Freelance Law – Financial Considerations
Opting Somewhere Between “In” And “Out”: How Freelance Lawyers Are Redefining the Practice of Law
By Laurie Rowen Montage affiliated freelance lawyer Erin Stagg will be speaking at the Napa County Women Lawyers February Luncheon on February 11, 2015. Erin will share how she … [Read more...] about Opting Somewhere Between “In” And “Out”: How Freelance Lawyers Are Redefining the Practice of Law
Montage Legal Group Acquires FreelanceLaw
After six years operating a successful nationwide freelance attorney network, Montage Legal Group has acquired FreelanceLaw. FreelanceLaw will enhance Montage Legal’s current … [Read more...] about Montage Legal Group Acquires FreelanceLaw