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How Lawyers Can Improve Their Online Rankings

When someone performs a Google search for a certain attorney or law firm, there isn't any magic or secret voodoo involved when that law practice’s website appears atop the search results.


Does Your Firm Need a Virtual Assistant?

So much relating to the practice of law is tangible. Law books, fee agreements, and case files are just a few examples. But, with the advent of technology, the luxury of a secretary or legal assistant sitting at their desk right outside your office door isn’t a mandatory aspect of running a law practice, even when your busy schedule demands work from outside sources.


What Lawyers Need to Know About Google's 'Mobile-geddon'

Over the years, history has included countless debacles and scandals described with names ending with “-geddon” and “-gate.” Ready examples include Armageddon, Watergate and Deflategate, a controversy that arose after the Indianapolis Colts were soundly defeated by the New England Patriots in the 2015 AFC Football Championship. Some alleged the Patriots deflated footballs, making it easier to pass and handle the ball.


How to Combat Negative Online Reviews

Criticism can be difficult to swallow, especially when it demeans a person or the services they provided to a client or customer. However, receiving negative feedback online doesn’t spell the end of your professional career, says Josh King, Vice President of Business Development and General Counsel of Avvo, an online legal repository.


Is Your Practice's Website Focused on the Right Stuff?

Sure, you can buy a URL to give your web site an online address, but just having a web address doesn’t necessarily mean people are going to visit your site.


Cloud Storage and Client Confidentiality: A Perfect Match or Perfect Storm?

If you thought storing your clients' files on the clouds not only ensured nearly constant access to the information anytime, anywhere as well as complete confidentiality, think again.


Reuters Offers Interactive Library of Legal Forms

Thomson Reuters is offering a new NetClient CS module containing an online library of legal and business forms that tax and accounting professionals can give their clients access to through secure Web portals.


Enhance Workplace Communication in Real Time from Any Device, Anywhere

An enterprise collaboration tool known as Intellinote, which is rapidly growing in popularity and workplace usage, just announced new real-time features that could further enhance the product's use, the company announced in a press release.


The Deep Web: New Tools for Legal Research

There’s a deeper web lurking in cyberspace, one few people know about and take advantage of. But, it’s not yet a replacement for established legal research tools such as Lexis and Westlaw, says Stephen Lief, a New York-based eDiscovery, Information Governance and Litigation Support consultant with decades of experience.


Potential Clients Turn to Yelp For Law Firm Recommendations: Study

Consumers turn to Yelp more than any other web site when they’re looking for a lawyer. So reports the blog maintained by the self-proclaimed law-firm marketing guru Larry Bodine.


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