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TweetAccording to a recent survey conducted by the ALM Legal Intelligence and sponsored by LexisNexis Counsel Link, alternative fee arrangements (“AFA”) for legal services, i.e. billing methods based on a metric different from hourly billing rates, is failing to gain traction amongst lawyers.  The survey is entitled “Speaking Different Languages: Alternative Fee Arrangements for Law […]

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TweetLawyers and law firm marketers are invited to take a survey on the use of social media tools in legal marketing.  The new study targets the membership of the Legal Marketing Association, attorneys and marketing professionals at law firms nationwide. The purpose is to reveal the extent to which legal marketers currently use social media […]

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TweetOn January 22 at ACC San Diego’s 7th Annual GCRoundtable, I moderated a Session entitled “Taking Control: Meeting the Challenges to Becoming a High-Performance Legal Team.”  Alan Tse, GC of LG Electronics Mobilecomm USA, was the featured panelist. Alan covered a wide variety of issues around building out his high-performing legal department.  He stressed such […]

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TweetThe National Association of Women Lawyers (NAWL) recently released the results of their fourth annual Survey on Retention and Promotion of Women in Law Firms. The survey tracks the progress of women lawyers at the nation’s 200 largest law firms and the results from this year’s survey show a troubling and continuing compensation gap between […]

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Tweet As we continue to transform Martindale-Hubbell, we rely heavily on industry feedback to help us gauge our strengths, our weaknesses, and to ensure that we deliver the kind of value our clients demand. We also rely on market surveys to better understand the extent to which the Martindale-Hubbell legal network remains a valued resource […]

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TweetWhat do small law firms — anywhere from 1 to 20 lawyers — do to drum up new business? Martindale-Hubbell has been asking that question regularly, and the latest data reveal some fascinating trends. At our request, Harris Interactive conducted a survey similar to the ones we did in 2002 and 2005. This gives us […]

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TweetA while back I read Larry Bodine’s article in Law Technology News titled “Social Networking – Crowded but silent”. Larry covers well the challenge we face in any social or professional networking system – whether it’s online or offline – what’s in it for the participants? MySpace and FaceBook have been successful in large part […]

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