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Philip Livingston

TweetLawyers are becoming more and more mobile – working remotely, traveling to meetings, back and forth to court and speaking at conferences – so it is no wonder that applications which aid in productivity have gained enormous significance. For lawyers who are always on the go, LexisNexis® recently released a completely redesigned Martindale-Hubbell® Lawyer Index […]

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TweetLawyers.com, the consumer-facing companion site to martindale.com, already attracts more than 20 million visitors a year seeking legal help. Television provides a great way for us to continue to grow awareness and bring even more consumers to the site. And more traffic to the site means more new business leads for you, our customers – […]

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TweetIt is with great sadness that I must inform you of the passing of longtime Martindale-Hubbell leader Lou Duffy on Friday at his home in Annandale, NJ.  To those who knew him as a friend and colleague, Lou will be remembered most of all for his generosity of spirit and for the joy with which […]

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TweetLast night on the eve of LegalTech, LexisNexis hosted a Small Law dinner in New York City. There were nearly 40 people in attendance, all of whom are building or reporting on emerging technologies for solo practitioners and small law firms. In addition to good food and interesting conversation, I had the pleasure of announcing […]

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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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TweetHolly Gebert, an Assistant Marketing Manager in our Dayton, OH office, is also a First Lieutenant in the 445th Aerospace Medical Squadron, part of the 445th Airlift Wing (USAFR) stationed at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio. Juggling both work and military commitments is a difficult challenge for thousands of Americans who hold down regular […]

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