What Does Microsoft’s Purchase of LInkedIn Mean For Lawyers?

Legal Technology elder statesman Bob Ambrogi ponders the implications of Microsoft’s acquisition of LinkedIn and raises potential privacy issues that would be of particular concern to the legal profession. It will be very interesting to see how this new corporate combination unfolds over time. On one hand, I see enormous potential to combine productivity, networking […]

The Growing Influence Of Online Lawyer Ratings

Doug Jasinski’s latest Slaw.ca column looks at how online lawyer and law firm ratings through Google, Facebook, Yelp and elsewhere are growing in visibility. More recently, ratings and reviews on such un-lawyerly locales as Facebook, Yelp, Google “My Business” pages and elsewhere now form part of the online landscape in which your firm is regularly […]

“Americans Against Insecure Billionaires With Tiny Hands PAC” Runs New Ad on MSNBC.

Clearly we’ve reached the end times. (Also, apparently some people were paying attention last election when Stephen Colbert gave regular citizens a civics lesson on how American Super PACs work…) This is the ad. Just ran on MSNBC. https://t.co/2R7OhYq4RC — Matt Ford (@fordm) June 17, 2016

Web designer does a mock 1-hour makeover on a particularly egregious lawyer website

Those of you familiar with the Netflix documentary “Making A Murderer” will be aware of Ken Kratz, a lawyer whose reputation was not exactly enhanced as a result of his appearance in the series. The internet has subsequently had a bit of a go at his website, which could indeed use some help. One plucky […]

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