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TweetSocial media has arguably transformed the way many companies do business, particularly how they interact with the public. However, as the business advantages of this new technology continue to grow, so do the legal risks. Many of these risks can be traced back to the novelty of the social media phenomenon. While social media issues […]

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TweetCongratulations to the LexisNexis® Law Firm Marketing Solutions team for being named a finalists for three  SIIA  CODiE Awards!  LexisNexis Client Center is a finalist in the Best Legal Solution category. Client Center is a tool built directly into a law firm’s website designed specifically for secure online collaboration between firms and their clients. Lawyers.comSM was named finalist in Best […]

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TweetHere’s what you may have missed on martindale.com Connected … Lawyer Jokes Got Nothing on Law FAILS So we decided to do a comedy theme in the community. So far we’ve had some great posts and podcasts, with more on the way. Here are a few of the items you can grab now before they’re […]

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TweetHere’s what you missed on martindale.com Connected: Tips for Successful Law Firm Marketing Online: a Free eBook What is the best way to market a law firm? Everyone and anyone involved in law firm marketing asks this question at some point, from lawyers, to the marketers they hire and even the members of the Martindale.com Connectedcommunity. […]

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TweetOver 75 new corporate counsel members joined last week.  This is great progress for our Get Connected for a Cause Campaign, which raises money for every new corporate counsel member who joins Connected until January 31, 2010.  With two weeks to go let’s see if we can triple these numbers! Here’s an explanation of what […]

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TweetOne of the first programs I ever used on a computer was CalcStar, a companion program to that predecessor to WordPerfect called WordStar.  I used CalcStar to manage my checkbook. I remember migrating my data from CalcStar into what is now called Quicken. After I made that change, my wife finally started to use our computer to manage […]

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