David Fraser (@privacylawyer) is not just
a lawyer online; he's a Canadian privacy lawyer-online.
Participating on a panel with David last Friday, it was immediately obvious
that he "gets social media" when he flat out told a Canadian Bar Association
group of Intellectual Property...
Listening to a law firm
administrator explain how he handles internally sensitive issues at his law
firm over a business dinner one evening, I remarked, "You're a benevolent
dictator! Sounds like it's working for you! Management by consensus may be an
easier path, but it is a sure path...
Now that your blog is "LIVE," you
need to do some basic things to help others find you. Or give your established
blog a little shove and see if traffic doesn't improve.
to Giant Search Engines
Even though you've optimized the
general metadata on your blog, as well as...
Last week on
VirtualMarketingOfficer.com I wrote about How
To Promote Your Law Blog and it turned out to be a pretty popular
post, so I figured there are enough readers who are looking for ideas in this
regard-thanks to all who re-tweeted the post; Twitter was driving a lot of the
By Edwin Komen
On Friday afternoon, June 15, 2012, U.S. District Court Judge Gary Allen Feess, Central District of California in Los Angeles, denied CBS Broadcasting's application for a temporary restraining order that would have prevented ABC from airing the premier broadcast of its new reality...