Beat Your Competitors in Online Reputation with Podium

These days, people are Googling everything, including attorneys before they hire them. Of people looking for lawyers, over 88% of them consider an attorney’s reputation as one of the top two hiring factors, and 68% consider reviews from former clients one of the most important pieces of additional information when considering an attorney. That is […] The post Beat Your Competitors in Online Reputation with Podium appeared first on
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Democrats Debate in Houston

Update: Here is the transcript. The third Democratic debate will take place tonight in Houston. CNN says this is what to watch for. CNN pints out the three leading Democratic candidates are over 70 years old? So is Donald Trump. If the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Top 40 law faculties according to readers of the blog

So with 214 votes cast, here are the results; I've added spaces to mark out schools that were "clustered" pretty closely together. 1. Yale University... [Author: Brian Leiter]
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Court Enforces Arbitration Clause in “Modified Clickwrap”–Chen v. Sierra Trading Post

This case doesn’t break any new ground, but it’s typical of what I’m seeing. The plaintiffs claim that the retailer Sierra Trading Post (STP) provides misleading comparison prices. STP sought to send the case to arbitration based on its TOU allegedly formed at checkout. I believe this is the relevant UI: In general, courts try to divide contracts into either clickwraps or browsewraps. A reminder that I only use those terms to mock them for several reasons, including (1) those terms are not rob...
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12 Years Later … Employment Law and Employment Law Blogs Continue to Grow Up

Has it really been a dozen years? Yes, it was 12 years ago today that I clicked “Publish” and put up my Welcome message to the Connecticut Employment Law Blog. At the time, I was the first platform to discuss employment law issues with a focus on Connecticut. Now, it seems like every lawfirm has taken its newsletters and slapped a “blog” label on it and voila! Lots of employment law blogs. What’s interesting about having a blog for so long though is that you really do start to build up a perspec...
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Podcast #241: The Small Firm Roadmap, with Stephanie Everett

In this episode with Stephanie Everett, we talk about our new book, The Small Firm Roadmap and why we wrote it. This podcast outlines major points from the book including why law practice is broken and how we can create successful, future-oriented small and solo law firms.  Stephanie Everett Stephanie helps small firm lawyers build […] The post Podcast #241: The Small Firm Roadmap, with Stephanie Everett appeared first on
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