TweetDid you know there are close to 600 employers registered on Martindale-Hubbell Career Center who are posting legal jobs on a regular basis? How can you keep track of all those postings? Ofcourse one way to stay abreast is for you to bookmark Martindale-Hubbell Career Center and keep checking it for latest legal job postings. […]
TweetWhat is peer to peer sharing? In the post, The Dangers of Downloading, we said, “[p]eer to Peer sharing involves any distributed network composed of users that make a portion of their resources available to other users on that network.” In plain English it means I’ll download yours if you’ll download mine. This topic was […]
TweetUntil now, there hasn’t been any dedicated research to accurately reflect the perceptions of the relationship between in-house legal departments and law firms in Brazil. Which is why LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell, working with Brazilian legal department management consultancy Gonçalves & Gonçalves Marketing Jurídico, developed, ‘Brazilian study on the relationship between legal departments and law firms’. This […]
Don’t get sued for downloading or uploading files. The peer-to-peer sharing issue explained by David Nimmer.
TweetNothing goes together like pancakes, winning first prize, and schmoozing with experts in social media. Last Thursday, I attended the BtoB magazine Social Media Marketing Awards breakfast in New York City to celebrate Martindale.com Connected winning first prize in the “Best Closed Community” category. The event was well-attended by some amazing professionals, and I’d like to thank […]
TweetEveryone wants to be on page 1 of Google; there’s even a rap song about it. But what does it mean to spend time and money investing in search engine optimization (“SEO”) if people leave your site after visiting the home page? High Bounce Rates = Worthless SEO Back in January 2010, I posted “Quality […]
TweetAsk most general counsel for their top issues when managing law firms and near the top will be ‘Pricing’. Almost without exception, they have been told they to cut their budgets for outsourced work – many by significant amounts, while maintaining the level of advice required order to keep their organisations risk-free. The big question […]