As 2019 winds down, the leaders of five Texas firms discuss their firm's strategy for staying competitive over the near term
"Texas Law Firm Leaders Bullish on the Short Term" article in Texas Lawyer
Wayne Risoli, managing shareholder of Chamberlain Hrdlicka:
Our production numbers for the first three quarters are at record levels. We consider it a good year if our numbers are 5% to 10% higher than the prior year.
Ours are now 18% above 2018.
Our numbers are up in all sections of the firm, which leads us to conclude that we are benefiting from the mega-mergers and rate increases quoted by those merged firms.
Our international tax and tax controversy sections are up 19%. We attribute much of this to the turmoil and uncertainty afoot in the business community.
A link to the article is https://www.law.com/texaslawyer/2019/10/23/amid-economic-uncertainty-texas-law-firm-leaders-bullish-on-the-short-term/?kw=Amid%20Economic%20Uncertainty%2C%20Texas%20Law%20Firm%20Leaders%20Bullish%20on%20the%20Short%20Term&utm_source=email&utm_medium=enl&utm_campaign=amnewscaseupdate&utm_content=20191025&utm_term=tx