Legal Zoom and similar do-it-yourself efforts continue to grow in popularity, but lawyers have options to compete in the age of the self-help legal consumer.
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Corporate tweeters or bloggers — employees who post promotional and often entertaining commentary on behalf of their employers’ businesses — add much of their own personal brand — their voice, their opinions, their snarky remarks — to the information they are disseminating on the company’s behalf.Read More »
The future of private practice has been the subject of much speculation for the last several years. While some partners behave as if things will go back to business as usual, most of those who are paying attention believe we are headed to a “new normal” in our future.Read More »
Costco could not enforce a social media rule prohibiting employees from posting online statements that damaged the wholesaler’s reputation, the National Labor Relations Board has decided in rejecting an administrative judge’s findings.Read More »
If you’re a Facebook junkie, if you have a black belt in tweeting or if you are the mayor of your favorite coffee shop on Foursquare, you might not like the news from a leading technology consultant: More advertising is coming to all your favorite social media platforms, including mobile devices, and it will be showing up in places you haven’t seen it before.Read More »