From the monthly archives:

December 2009

TweetMember groups on Martindale-Hubbell Connected are one of our most popular features.  Last week we gave you a list of the best groups of 2009.  This week we start with a list of the “ones to watch” in 2010.  These are groups with LOTS of potential, especially with the redesign coming where public group activity […]

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TweetAs we noted in yesterday’s post, the next two weeks are dedicated to celebrating the members of Connected.  Today we will talk about the Best in Groups.  Connected members can access the links below, and if you are not yet a Connected member, you can sign up for free (quick tip: we validate every registration […]

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TweetRelive the greatest moments in social media and substantive law, as we wrap up 2009 with LN Communities Year in Review.   Over the next two weeks we will be blogging about the best postings from Martindale-Hubbell Connected and the LN Web Communities.  These mini-reviews with links to the original items celebrate the people behind […]

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TweetIn recent weeks we were notified that inappropriate comments were posted to a number of legal blogs on behalf of Martindale-Hubbell.   Although we did not see or approve these messages in advance, we take responsibility for the error, as the blog comments were generated by an agency working on our behalf.  Our team, here in […]

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TweetWhether you call them “blogs” or “blawgs” (clever name for law blogs), the ABA Blawg 100 is a good list of the best in breed.  We are honored to once again to be among those recognized.  The LexisNexis Legal News & Litigation Podcast made the list for the Top 100 Blawgs for 2009.  Voting is […]

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TweetLast week we got news that Martindale-Hubbell Connected earned 2nd place in the Law Technology News Awards in the “Collaboration Tools” category. While grateful for the honor, the competitor within me immediately wanted to know who won first place so I could assess their relative strengths and weaknesses and perhaps learn a thing or two. […]

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TweetLast week, almost 300 people tuned in to the Martindale-Hubbell Connected webinar, “Positioning Yourself for Tomorrow’s Social Media Today: Practical Approaches for Legal Professionals.” The event was a great success and we’ve received a fantastic response from attendees. Below is a typical example of the response we recieved through Twitter; Using Twitter, a social media service, to […]

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TweetA few days ago we posted about the Future of the Legal Industry (FOLI) event from last week.  The Wall Street Journal has followed up with an article about FOLI called, “Legal Heavies Tackle the First-Year Associate Dilemma.”   Writer Ashby Jones gives a good overview of the evening’s events and highlights what he says […]

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TweetHow often have you heard this one: “I became a lawyer because I hate math”? Now, I’m a lawyer and don’t particularly hate math.  In fact, in college I waited tables and could add up a check and calculate a 20% tip really fast.  When counting your tips at the end a hard day on […]

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TweetLeading product management for martindale.com over the past 2+ years and transforming the site into the web 2.0 world with the Connected community has been a challenging task, to say the least.  Today, however, I had one of those days that many product managers (at least the good ones) would say is the most rewarding […]

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