From the monthly archives:

October 2009

TweetI wanted to address and hopefully clarify some confusion and misinformation floating around the blogosphere this week regarding fees/options for the display of the Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating in 2010. Starting in January of 2010, the Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating will not be displayed on the profiles of lawyers at business to business law firms […]

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TweetMartindale-Hubbell Connected, launched March 31 with 3,000 beta users, just passed the 20,000 mark in registered, authenticated members. We are proud to say that the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) conference in Boston this week was integral in helping us achieve this milestone. It has been extremely gratifying to everyone on the Martindale-Hubbell team to witness […]

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Tweet Here comes another post from our friends in England, this one about Lawyer Locator Services: Anyone can look up international law firms on the internet, or check a lawyer locator service. But a name and phone number (or email address) is not enough information on which to base a professional relationship. Lawyers everywhere tend […]

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TweetAfter twenty-four hours of traveling from Jerusalem to Boston, I am now on the floor at the Association of Corporate Counsel Annual Meeting in Boston.  The Haynes Convention Center is packed with flat screens and corporate lawyers, and I am standing in the middle of it at the LexisNexis booth with leather couches, a glass coffee […]

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Tweet Image by JnL via Flickr I’ve never been a big fan of the expression “eating our own dog food.”  Tech companies in particular (see Google and Oracle) tend to overuse it to show that they believe in their products so much that they are willing to use it for themselves.  Recently though, I had […]

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TweetThe following post comes to us from the merry shores of England.  Our colleagues at Martindale-Hubbell UK put together this great article and we share it here in it’s entirety: Is merger still a choice for a law firm? – The first principle towards mergers of law firms is that it must be considered as […]

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TweetExperience has taught me that wisdom comes from listening to feedback. That feedback, whether positive or negative, can serve as a powerful agent of change and growth. Today we released findings of our 2009 Online Ratings Survey. The survey was conducted earlier this year by Lightspeed Research, an independent research firm. The survey included 361 […]

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Tweet My wife and I met when she was a freshman at Rutgers University in New Jersey.  As a student on the Douglas College campus (“place for women who are interested in a collegiate experience that includes a focus on women’s success and leadership”) she took many courses in feminist thought and women’s issues.  I […]

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TweetA key part of Martindale-Hubbell Connected is putting the buyers and sellers of legal services together. Law firms want to know what their potential customers need and how best to deliver it. In house counsel wants to know which law firms can deliver their needs for the best value. Everyone wants to learn more from […]

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