Dec 16, 2020
Mitchell Chaban is a Partner at the Chicago-based law practice, Levin Ginsburg. He is a trial attorney who represents business entities, municipalities, and individuals in commercial, business, and employment-related litigation in state and federal courts in the U.S.
In addition to his jury and bench trial experience, Mitchell also represents clients in arbitrations, mediations, and other alternative dispute resolution cases. He is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association and Chicago Bar Association and serves as a Group Leader for the Provisors Chicago West Group.
Let's face it: your dream client may already have a lawyer who does excellent work. But one day, for some reason, you get a chance to talk with this potential client. What do you say to make them change their attorney and work with you instead?
Mitchell Chaban, Partner at Levin Ginsburg, says the number one thing you can do to get business as an attorney is to give business. Then come the questions: who do you give business to? And how? What does any of this have to do with winning clients over?
Find out more on how to win clients over from other lawyers with this episode of the Esq.Marketing Podcast, as host Matthew Laurin sits down with Mitchell Chaban, Partner at Chicago-based law practice Levin Ginsburg. Their conversation highlights how to be more than just a lawyer to clients, recruiting great hires, and Mitchell's advice to lawyers trying to start their firm.