10 Ways To Compete In Today’s Legal Marketing Landscape

Harlan Schillinger

© Harlan Schillinger. Don’t let the 900-pound gorilla attorney scare you away. As a 38-year legal marketing veteran, I’m convinced that there’s no market in American that your law firm can’t go into and get good business from. But to … Continue reading

NTL Webinar: Mass Torts Update for Plaintiff Attorneys

John Ray

Register today for the NTL’s 8/31 Webinar: 5 Mass Torts for Plaintiff Attorneys Today When: Wednesday, August 31, 1 pm Eastern, 10 am Pacific Where: Register online now at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/150799495911305474 Who: John Ray, leading consultant to Mass Tort law firms for more than a decade. What … Continue reading

NTL Summit Fun Forecast: Don Felder & the Blue Monster

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Jury Awards $5M to Passengers in Greyhound Crash When Driver Fell Asleep

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A Philadelphia jury awarded a $5.05 million verdict to four passengers in a case known as Hoang v. Greyhound. They were injured when a Greyhound bus collided with a tractor-trailer on Interstate 80 in Central Pennsylvania. The jury found Greyhound … Continue reading

Audience Fragmentation and Market Pressure…When Should Marketers Change Strategy?

The Sentinel Group

By Adam Warren of The Sentinel Group® Temecula, CA. It is crucial for attorneys to understand the ever-changing landscape of advertising and to keep a strong base of available TV time to generate lead/case acquisition flow.  Knowing how to identify … Continue reading

Court awards $30M against Memphis Nursing Home

A jury in Memphis, TN, has awarded $30 million against a local nursing home where poor care led to a resident’s death, according to The Commercial Appeal. The Circuit Court jury, Judge Donna Fields presiding, reached the verdict, which includes … Continue reading

Right on! Feds Can’t Prosecute Medical Marijuana Users

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The 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that the US Justice Department can’t prosecute people who are strictly complying with state medical marijuana laws. In ten consolidated interlocutory appeals and petitions for writs of mandamus arising from three … Continue reading

Virtual Assistants Increase Productivity of Small Law Firms

Tara Arick

By Tara Arick, Polaris Administrative Concepts,727.278.2808, taralarick@gmail.com, www.polarisadmin.com As small business owners, there are many things we must do to keep our firms running smoothly and keep them growing productively. Often those sometimes mundane tasks fall on our desks and … Continue reading

$33.8M Verdict for Fall Through Defective Skylight

Mark A. Haney

A Texas jury awarded $33.8 million to a worker who fell through a defectively designed skylight that was too weak to support foreseeable human loads. Plaintiff Steven Landers fell through the skylight and suffered a broken leg, arm, ribs, punctured lung, and … Continue reading

$2.5M Settlement for Brain-Damaged Child

Richard B. Koskoff

The attorney for a two-year-old girl, who suffered brain damage while staying with her aunt, recovered a $2.5 million settlement from a California County Social Services agency, which failed to remove her from the aunt’s home. Attorney Richard B. Koskof … Continue reading