From the monthly archives:

August 2009

TweetIt has been over a week and a half since my move across the Atlantic Ocean from New Jersey to Israel.  Everything is different: the language, the culture, not having a car, my work hours (afternoons to 11pm/midnight), and life stuff.  Tomorrow my two-year old starts daycare for the first time and my 8-month old […]

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Tweet Image by thekenyeung via Flickr Jeremiah Owyang, a leading Forrester analyst who has build himself a solid name in the Social Media world, is leaving Forrester to focus on a business of his own. In ‘the year of Social Media’ where social media value is widely recognized and everyone is a Social Media enthusiast, […]

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TweetWhen we were first married, my wife and I took a two-week honeymoon in Israel.  There we met a great couple who had been married for fifty years.  “What’s the secret?” I asked the husband, Sidney.  Without missing a beat, his wife Ethel said, “never go to bed angry.” Now, inside/outside counsel relationships are a […]

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TweetMartindale Connected now has more than 14,000 members from all areas of the legal industry: In House Counsels, Law Firm Lawyers, Paralegals, Librarians, Marketers, Law Schools Faculty and Students, from US and across the world, making it the largest network focusing on the legal vertical. If you want to find a contact in a company, […]

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Tweet Image by Matt Hamm via Flickr In the past few months we here at Martindale have been focusing  on delivering more targeted and useful webinars to our audience to develop a conversation around how to benefit from social media.  Last month saw ‘Social Media Policy’ webinar (with James Wong, Howard Greenstein and Melanie Green), […]

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TweetIt’s been an exciting race to the finish in our $10K for charity event.  In the end, Lex Mundi Pro Bono Foundation pulled ahead from the number three spot to finish at number one!  They will receive the most sizable donation, and all of the other charities will receive donations equivalent to the percentage of […]

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TweetWelcome to “The Best of Connected,” August 2009, week 2. Below you will see different member posts and articles from the community that I found interesting.  If you like what you see, click through the link and leave your comments. NOTE: member log in required for viewing content inside M-H Connected.  Join today! Best File […]

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TweetHave you joined the Career Building (Lend a Hand) group in Connected yet?  With twenty-three members and counting, there are lots of things happening in this rapidly growing group which “encourages members to share their career development experiences, discuss strategies, and provide each other with tips and guidance.”   It has also become a meeting place […]

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TweetAlternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) has always been a field of interest for me b/c of it’s collaborative elements.  In high school, a social studies teacher introduced this concept by having us play an educational game called “Diplomacy,” which was mix of Risk, Monopoly, and Survivor (alliances) rolled into one.  Learning to work with your adversary […]

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TweetWe are nearing the end of our $10K for Charity Event here in Connected.  As discussed in the last tally, a percentage of the $10,000 will be awarded to each charity based on how many votes they accrued in daily polling.  I encourage all of our members to vote; it’s as easy as pushing a […]

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