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Author page: Kinzie

Surprise…Surprise!

Surprise…Surprise!

Never thought you guys would hear from me this soon again. Needless to say, it wasn’t my intention, but a situation occurred after writing my most recent blog post about American Pharaoh that I couldn’t pass up. Your law firm goes through a conflict resolution process before they are able to take your case; your accountant goes through a similar…

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Can Man Really Fly?

Earlier this week I found some papers at home I had been procrastinating reading. Recently, I came across two articles dealing with the issue of tenant representation and whether or not full-service brokers are fair to tenants. I read the articles, which stated the usual arguments, put them aside and went about taking a break from work. I actually decided…

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How Michigan Law Firms Can Successfully Navigate an Office Relocation

Moving your law firm can be pricey, challenging, and risky. Problems may include deteriorating team morale, getting locked in to a long-term lease that doesn’t work for the firm, and spending more money than necessary. Firms that do it right in Michigan not only lock in efficient space at economic terms supported by the firm’s overall business plan, but also…

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On Efficiency & Customer Service

On Efficiency & Customer Service

A recent piece in The New York Times discussed the future of branch banking and what firms like J.P. Morgan Chase are doing to provide their customers with the service they require in a cost-efficient and future-proof model. What I gleaned from the article is actually applicable to virtually any type of service business. Customer behavior has changed; thus, service…

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Back To The Dinosaur Age

Back To The Dinosaur Age

I recently attended a meeting of international companies and space planners, where we discussed the use of open space versus private offices in the workplace.  What I found interesting is that many firms desire a location with an atrium, so their employees can see each other as they do their work.  In fact, one investment banking firm in attendance said…

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