Many firms set up their revenue distribution models based on productivity. In order to have an effective model in place, your firm needs to know who the originating attorney is, who is the person responsible for overall efficiency, what contributions have timekeepers made, and what contributions have been made to non-billable time. Learn more about all of the factors your firm needs to consider when building an effective revenue distribution model in our recent blog post What to Consider When Developing a Legal Revenue Distribution Model.
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