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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, […]

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Tweet“At the end of the day, we believe it’s good for all of our sellers to make sure we are protecting the consumer experience first,” Mr. Bezos said.  “Our first and foremost goal is to earn trust with consumers.  If there are no consumers buying, nothing else matters.”  Mr. Bezos of course is Jeff Bezos, […]

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TweetLike many of you, I tuned into the recent 2008 Beijing Olympics and was awed by some of the spectacular displays of human endurance and team effort. I will long remember the athletes’ pride, the world-class effort put forth by China, and the careful planning that went into this spectacular and successful event. Indeed, we […]

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TweetLast week, I attended my first Legal Marketing Association (LMA) event, their annual Summer Soiree in New York.  During the evening, I spoke with a senior business development professional at a very large global law firm that is not a Martindale subscriber.  While I was describing my role, she asked me a question to the […]

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TweetMartindale-Hubbell is moving with the times, as AmLaw Daily noted this week in an article titled “Martindale-Hubbell Gets a Makeover.” The article highlighted our LinkedIn connectivity, visibility rankings, professional networking and profile videos, and I was interviewed about the changes — and the fact that we’re not stopping here: Martindale is in the process of […]

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TweetAs a follow-up to my recent post about our partnership with LinkedIn, I wanted to officially announce our agreement and post a few specifics about the LinkedIn arrangement below… Searching: when searching on martindale.com, you will now notice that LinkedIn icons appear alongside law firm and lawyer names, allowing potential contacts who are also on […]

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TweetMartindale-Hubbell is in transition, as many of you know. Indeed, this blog is one part of our ongoing work to serve the needs of the legal industry in the Web 2.0 era. We were pleased to note this week that the ABA Journal took notice of our efforts in an article titled “Martindale morphs.” Do […]

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TweetI guess it’s all in who you ask. Within LexisNexis I get involved in this discussion a lot these days. For some time we have been working on enhancing our attorney ratings to make them more comprehensive and useful to the consumer of legal services – from corporate counsel to consumer. Over the past year we have […]

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TweetThanks all of you out there for your feedback on our blog over the past few weeks. Despite its shortcomings, we would never have been able to engage with you and get all of your great (and free) advice and suggestions on our blog functionality. As you have probably noticed by now, we’ve recently released a […]

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TweetIt’s been about three months since we launched the Martindale-Hubbell blog. And, it has seen its fair share of criticism and feedback. However, don’t blame Sami or Barry or anyone else here are Martindale-Hubbell for that. Rather, as the director of product management for martindale.com, I made the call to get something out there quickly […]

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