Anthony Davis Quoted in Bloomberg BNA Article Analyzing Warning Signs to Avert a Law Firm Financial Collaspe

March 9, 2016

Anthony E. Davis, a New York-based partner in the Lawyers for the Profession® group at Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, was quoted in the article "Four Warning Signs Can Help Avert Firm's Financial Collapse" published by Bloomberg BNA on March 4, 2016.

The article summarizes the panel "How Risk Management Can Save Your Law Firm," presented at the 15th Annual Legal Malpractice and Risk Management Conference (LMRM) in Chicago. Mr. Davis set the tone for the discussion by noting the legal profession's role as outside counsel to large corporations is under a lot financial pressure. Further discussing how the internal counsel for a law firm can go beyond offering ethics advice and can play an important role in helping firms avoid financial collapse. Mr. Davis is quoted as saying "[s]tudies show that growth in spending on corporate legal services is within corporate legal departments rather than outside counsel, and all law firms face great economic threats from the changing market for legal services."

Read the full article "Four Warning Signs Can Help Avert Firm's Financial Collapse" on the Bloomberg BNA website. Please note subscription may be required. 

Anthony Davis is best described as a lawyer's lawyer. Mr. Davis focuses his practice on the laws that govern lawyers. He advises attorneys and law firms on legal professional and ethics issues, law firm creation, merger and dissolution, risk management and loss control.

Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP is a U.S. based law firm with offices in 11 states and London. The firm's national reputation spans the insurance industry, the professional services sector—including representation of law firms and lawyers—and other highly regulated industries, such as banking and finance and the debt collection sector. Hinshaw also provides a series of closely coordinated litigation, business advisory and transactional services to clients of all sizes as well as governmental and public sector entities.