If you have an extra large marketing budget, I agree that you should have a custom website designed with a special administration module attached that allows your staff to edit the content – otherwise for 97% of the law firms in the world – I strongly suggest using a CMS (Content Management System) platform for your website.
Legal research is a most time consuming process. Traditionally, it can take hours for legal professionals to sift through conventional law reports or their indices to determine the precedential strength and weaknesses of cases referenced in an argument. However, with the use of good research tools, the process can be simplified.
Businesses who store majority of their documents and information as digital copies are at risk from cyberattacks. One of the most popular and harmful cyberattacks is ransomware. It is a malicious software that encrypts the users files, locking them down and making them inaccessible until a ransom is paid.
For years, Kurt Benecke says, it made sense for law firms to be clustered around town squares. They were the hub of cities across America. But downtowns don't play that role as much anymore, says Benecke. He's the chief operating officer of The Law Store, a Joplin-based company opening legal offices in what it considers the modern-day equivalent of the town square: the world's largest brick-and-mortar retailer.
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No mainstream electronics manufacture is making more interesting, innovative and downright bizarre products than Lenovo. Between its contorting efforts under the Yoga banner and the modular handsets being produced by Motorola, the Chinese company is taking the sort of form factor risks we rarely see outside of hardware startups. Nowhere is this better embodied than in the $499 Yoga Book. If nothing else, it’s impressive that the company has managed to produce yet another fascinating take on the well-trod world of the hybrid.
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If you thought Wall Street was a den of thieves, then welcome to Internet marketing. I just attended a jam packed conference in Central London with over 500 people. Now hold on tight to your selfie stick 'cause you'll want to hear this…
Takeout 1: Internet marketing has become a fraud.
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I am always astounded that attorneys don’t grab technology by the scruff of it’s neck and shake it until every single ounce of productivity and additional profit has fallen out. Attorneys seem content with leaving things as they are. I generalise of course.
The old school introduction and information exchange is still handled by the business card. It makes sense to use this opportunity to stand out above the rest. Here are some aspects to an effective business card.