From the monthly archives:

November 2010

Tweet Heading out to dinner and want to indulge your hankering for spicy food?  Well, with today’s technology, the power to select a restaurant is literally at your fingertips.  Want to catch a late movie, but don’t want to see a clunker?  That information, too, is readily accessible on your mobile device.  What happens, though, […]

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TweetHere’s what you missed on martindale.com Connected this week: A Lexis Movie I will be the first to admit it, when I saw the preview for a LexisNexis movie called “The Counselor: W. Hayes” a small part of me died.  A line of questions formed demanding answers: what is Lexis thinking making a movie?  Is […]

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TweetHere’s what you missed this week on Connected: Legal Person of the Year Time Magazine’s got their list of nominees out for Person of the Year.  People does the 50 Sexiest People annually.  Why not a Connected Legal Person of the Year (bow ties are optional)?  Community Manager Joe Walsh is asking for your nominations […]

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TweetA thought-provoking new report, “The Profitable Legal Department: How legal departments can prosper by generating revenue for their company”, urges management boards and general counsel to revaluate the remit of their legal teams. The report examines global best practice and demonstrates how, by adopting the stance of stakeholders, in-house counsel and retained lawyers can develop […]

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TweetHere’s what you missed this week in Connected: Forget the Dress Code Debate: Let’s Talk about the Coffee Cup Code Racine County (Wisconsin) Circuit Court Judge Gene Gasiorkiewicz is a tough cookie with some strict rules in his courtroom: “Ties and coats must be worn; shorts and flip-flops are a big no-no; ditto for cleavage […]

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TweetIn today’s economy, smaller firms and solo practitioners are challenged like never before to find and win new clients – typically individuals or small businesses. While things like reputation, track record and word of mouth are still crucial to that effort, it is becoming increasingly important for firms to have a compelling online presence and […]

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