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Dave Honaker
Dave Honaker joined LexisNexis in 2011 and currently serves as an eMarketing Specialist for the Business of Law Software Solutions group. His career has been focused on the targeted communication of thoughts and ideas for advertising and marketing firms, lobbying groups, and motion picture production companies from New York to Washington, D.C. As a current member of the LexisNexis Firm Manager® team, he has helped rebuild the product from the ground up with input from solo and small-firm attorneys around the country to best serve their needs. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and Public Relations from Radford University.

Discounting Legal Fees Sends the Wrong Message

Discounting Legal Fees Sends the Wrong Message

Note:  The following is a guest post by Ann Guinn. If you are one of the many attorneys who regularly discount fees, you are causing yourself to underearn –and sending the wrong message to your clients. Sure, there are times when a discount is the right thing to do; but chronic discounting is a different story entirely. Let’s consider an attorney ... Read More »

Four Favorite iPad Apps for Legal Road Warriors

Four Favorite iPad Apps for Legal Road Warriors

Note: The following is a guest post by Oklahoma attorney Adam Banner, who also serves on the LexisNexis Firm Manager Advisory Board. Across the country, technologically savvy attorneys are infiltrating courtrooms and getting more done with less—less hassle, less stress, and less dependence on a physical office. One of the biggest aspects of this revolution is owed to the proliferation of ... Read More »

The Rise & Fall of Flappy Birds: Lessons for Lawyers

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Unless you’ve been too invested in the Sochi Olympics or spent too much time in court lately, odds are you’ve heard of the viral video game Flappy Birds—and how its creator caved under the “pressure” of success and pulled the game from Apple’s App Store, despite raking in $50K per day in ad revenue. If not, check out yesterday’s Wall ... Read More »