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TweetI hesitated before writing this post for fear of unnecessarily adding to the echo chamber that has resulted from Noam Scheiber’s unflattering portrait of Mayer Brown in The New Republic. But I decided to go ahead because of the value of sharing the candid and telling reactions that I have heard from leaders of many […]

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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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TweetIf you’ve been involved in international civil or criminal proceedings, you might have had trouble obtaining potentially relevant materials. This is no surprise because some countries are very protective of their or their citizens’ privacy. Additionally, others don’t enforce or don’t have relevant laws. LawTech Europe Congress 2012 is a conference dedicated to the discussion of […]

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TweetVery few lawyers, especially solo practitioners and those at smaller firms, spend their entire workday in their office, tethered to their desktop computer. You probably have multiple out-of-office appointments, court appearances and other activities each day that keep you on the move. That’s not such a bad thing unless your “perpetual motion” makes it difficult […]

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TweetWith claims continually flying around the Internet about which legal site has the most traffic, we wanted to clarify the facts of consumer traffic at Lawyers.com. With regard to consumer traffic to Lawyers.com:  Lawyers.com is a consumer-facing site intended specifically for consumers to find a resolution to their legal situation either by researching their issue […]

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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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TweetAlmost exactly six years ago, Sir David Clementi, a former deputy governor of the Bank of England, appeared via video link at a showcase debate at the IBA’s annual conference in Auckland. In one short presentation, Sir David outlined how he proposed to transform the legal profession in England and Wales. Bar associations would have […]

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TweetToday Martindale-Hubbell Career Center launched a new product called Legal Job Board Network Posting where employers can choose to post their job listings on other legal job sites in addition to their regular Martindale-Hubbell posting. Your job posting could be seen on one or multiple locations on network sites’ job results page – above the […]

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Tweet If you are a law firm or a lawyer listed on martindale.com, you may often wonder “What can I do more to increase my rankings in search results and come up higher on the first page when someone searches at martindale.com?” We get so many questions every now and then with regards to this […]

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TweetHave you ever performed a search on martindale.com and got nada results? I get a feeling that you are nodding YES. So have I. Have you ever thought why that is so…perhaps you mis-spelled the lawyer or the law firm name or there is  really nothing that matches the entered text in our database which […]

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