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Catapulting Your Law Firm from Good to Excellent: An Owner’s View

For Andrew Siegel, founding and senior litigating partner at Siegel & Coonerty, LLP, having access to capital has become a game changer -- catapulting his law firm from being a really good law firm to an excellent one. Watch this 2-minute video.
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How BD&J Changed Its Law Firm Growth Trajectory

By allying with Esquire Bank and leveraging its flexible financing solutions, BD&J freed up capital that could now be invested in advertising – an event that made a significant impact on the growth trajectory of the Los Angeles-based law firm
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Partnering for Nationwide Law Firm Growth: Lerner & Rowe

The pathway to nationwide law firm growth for Lerner & Rowe was made easier by leveraging Esquire Bank's flexible, financing solutions.
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Law Firm Financial Flexibility Led to a 162% Increase in Revenue

For Michigan based Grewal Law, finding law firm financial flexibility was the key to practice area expansion and significant revenue growth. The result – an increase of 162%1 in revenue over two years.
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Cash Flow Interruptions Hinder Law Firm Growth: Are you Prepared?

Cash flow interruptions present a challenge and continual balancing act. With inflation imminent, how is your law firm preparing?
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How Do Law Firms Show a Strong Contingent Case Pipeline?

To overcome risk concerns by lenders, contingency fee law firms need to know how to present a strong contingent case pipeline. Learn more by watching this 3-minute video.
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Streamlining Case Acquisition for Exponential Growth: Atlas Consumer Law

For Atlas Consumer Law, streamlining case acquisition by investing in infrastructure and technology has doubled the law firm’s practice.
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How To Recession-Proof Your Law Firm Business

As market volatility and rising inflation looms, partnering with Esquire Bank is the best way to recession-proof your law firm business.
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Building Case Value By Leveraging Case Inventory: Raphaelson & Levine

For Raphaelson & Levine, allying with Esquire Bank provided the catalyst for significantly building case value for the law firm’s clients and continuing to fulfill its mission for attaining justice.
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4 Keys to Achieving Financial Flexibility for Law Firm Growth: Glen Lerner

For contingency fee law firms that self-finance, achieving financial flexibility for law firm growth initiatives is a continual balancing act. Watch this video featuring Glen Lerner.
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Investing in Case Resources Increased Revenue 365% Over 3 Years: Laffey, Bucci & Kent

By investing in case resources, Laffey, Bucci & Kent significantly increased operations, contributing to growth and resulting in a 365% revenue increase over three years.
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Leveraging Case Inventory to Pursue a $52 Million Settlement for a Client

For personal injury law firm, Laffey, Bucci & Kent, leveraging case inventory proved to be a game changer in securing a $52 million settlement for a client. Watch the video.
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Financing Firm Case Costs Doubled SAM’s Size, Client Base & Revenue

For Silberstein, Awad & Miklos, financing firm case costs through Esquire Bank lifted the burden of self-financing and freed up capital to invest in law firm growth. Watch the video.
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Moving Away from Self-Financing & Traditional Bank Restrictions

For years, Kreindler & Kreindler was frustrated by the failure of traditional banks to consider the firm’s case inventory or settlement history. Watch this 4-minute video.
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Why You Shouldn’t Be a Lawyer and a Lender

Many law firms unintentionally hamper their ability to grow through the practice of self-financing their case costs, using their earnings from previous cases to pay for current cases.
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9 Easy Steps to Acquiring a Case Cost Line of Credit

A case cost line of credit provides qualifying contingency fee law firms with access to funds to cover out-of-pocket expenses for the duration of a lawsuit by using the contingent case inventory as collateral.
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The Added Value of Case Cost Financing for Both You and Your Client

Case cost financing arms law firms with the same war chest that well-funded corporate goliaths come to court with.
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The 3 Greatest Advantages to Using Credit to Fund Growth

As market volatility, inflation and recession looms, law firm owners should consider the 3 key benefits to using credit to fund growth.
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Thriving Through the Pandemic: Prepare for the Worst, but Hope for the Best

Law firms who had dry powder in the form of a working capital line of credit going into the pandemic were able to continue to support their staff through court closures and case delays.
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Case Cost Lines of Credit for the Legal Industry

Smart money firms are switching to a case cost model to transform their capital into potential and unleash a surge of growth.
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Long-Term Financial Planning for Trial Lawyers

Join Ari Kornhaber (Esquire Bank) and Sean Flaherty (Keches Law Group) in an insightful discussion on ensuring financial stability.
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How Contingency Fee Law Firms Can Thrive, Not Just Survive

The pandemic has left many law firms feeling uncertain about the future. Now, seize the opportunity to bounce back even higher.
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How Contingency Fee Law Firms Are Handling Case Costs

Whether you’re self-financed or not, the challenge of how to handle your case costs is more relevant than ever.
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Balancing Law Firm Cash Flow and Financial Needs: John Gomez

Learn how Gomez Trial Attorneys overcame the ups and downs of cash flow related to contingency fee litigation, by balancing the firm's financial needs through case cost financing.

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