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Peer Review Ratings

TweetA while back, I was on a plane ride from Florida and was seated next to — you guessed it — a lawyer. How surprised he was that I head up the Martindale–Hubbell®Lawyer Ratings group. We exchanged pleasantries and he started talking about his practice. He indicated that in today’s fiercely competitive marketplace, law firms […]

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TweetThe legendary UCLA coach John Wooden said “past success does not equate future success. We can only learn from the past, apply it to the present and plan for the future.” Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™ have long been the gold standard in the industry and with good reason – the ratings methodology is objective and […]


TweetIn the words of Mark Twain, the reports of our death have been greatly exaggerated. Despite suggestions floated in various e-mails and blogs, Peer Review Ratings are not dead and they are not going away. First and foremost, it is important to know that LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell is fully committed to providing the industry’s most complete, […]


TweetWinston Churchill said that “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” With respect to the legal profession, many organizations spend time and energy educating and advancing the profession through programs such as introducing young people to the prospect of a legal career. The LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell […]

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Ratings That Matter

by Carlton Dyce on August 11, 2008 · 0 comments

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TweetA few days ago I read a small piece on Thomas Edison . It is interesting how many inventions he was responsible for — the light bulb, obviously, the phonograph and the motion picture camera, just to name a few. With all of the great inventions, there were also many failures; Edison patented more than […]


TweetMy morning starts off like most people; at the office around 8 AM with a cup of coffee and a review of my e-mail. I try to get an early start before the phone starts to ring, which it has been doing a lot of lately. One reason for this is an issue regarding Martindale-Hubbell […]