Britain is facing “arguably the worst” economic downturn in 60 years which will be “more profound and long-lasting” than people had expected, Alistair Darling, the chancellor, tells the Guardian today in a story called: Economy at 60-year low, says Darling. And it will get worse

Wall Street returns from vacation season to enter what is historically the most perilous period of the year amid conflicting signals about the US economic outlook according to Breitbart in a story called: Wall Street enters month of peril with outlook clouded

In the face of these stories, I am disappointed to report that this is the most common management style I am observing among law firm leaders globally:

If this resembles you, give me a call or email me and we can discuss this off the meter.  Managing Partners and members of their immediate senior teams only please.  (You might be even more inclined to call if this does not resemble you.)

Reference my post one year ago: Doom and Gloom for the legal profession – it’s coming

and Weather the Storm Article Available from Canadian Bar Association’s The National