Legal firms in Ontario (and other jurisdictions as well) can expect to get audited once every few years despite submitting annual self-reported data pertaining to financial management and practice management of their firms.
OTTAWA--Discount and write-off insights have been successfully implemented and recently introduced to uLawPractice's cloud-based practice management and legal accounting system for Canadian practitioners.
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Settlement statements are a crucial way to build your brand and satisfy clients while preparing you for scrutiny from regulatory auditors in jurisdictions across Canada.
Topics: Audit preparation
Michael Kushnir is an Ottawa-based lawyer and mediator who works in both Quebec and Ontario. Because of the unique regulatory requirements laid out by law societies in each jurisdiction, Kushir makes use of uLawPractice's legal accounting and bookkeeping software to stay on top of his obligations to regulators.
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This blog post is part of a uLawPractice series about disbursements and lost revenue. In this post, we will be focusing exclusively on several methods of cost recovery for lawyers to consider in their billing practices with clients.
Lawyers from the Atlantic provinces, B.C. and elsewhere in Canada are increasingly writing to us in recent months about the level of service we've been providing when it comes to legal accounting software and practice management, which we consider to be our bread and butter because we merge both facets of the business into a single tool.
Increasing numbers of lawyers and paralegals are sharing with us their experience using uLaw Practice's original and cost-effective legal accounting and practice management software.