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CASL: The Million Dollar Email

Legal Marketing The Million Dollar Email

Note: The following is a guest post by David Jacobs. Unless you’re based in Canada, or doing a lot of business with people in that country, you may not be aware of Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL). The first phase of this new comprehensive law goes into effect July 1st in what many would agree is a necessary step to curtail ... Read More »

Infographic Friday:  A Dramatic Rise of Mobile in Legal

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The time for mobile is now – according to a new infographic – The State of Mobile Technology in the Legal Industry.  The infographic was created by Bellefield and we first spotted it in industry trade publications such as Legal IT Professionals and Legal IT Insider. It’s a good reason for us to return to an infographic for this week’s Friday ... Read More »

Slowly Being Fired: 3 Tips for Law Firm Business Development

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“Corporate counsel drop 7 firms from their law firm rosters,” emphasizes BTI Consulting Group in its just released report on Corporate Counsel Management Strategies.  And the news gets more challenging:  “Overall legal budgets remain relatively flat and any increases seen are going straight to internal resources.” Add to client pressure on billing rates, which may have been frozen or even ... Read More »

5 Reasons to Try Cloud-based Practice Management, Free!

5 Reasons to Try Cloud-based Practice Management

Note:  This post was originally published by Christopher T. Anderson.  The LexisNexis Firm Manager® solution is a brand new cloud-based practice management tool for small law firms.  This product is entirely new – completely re-engineered from the ground up – and the difference is noticeable:  it’s fast, reliable, safe and secure. To prove it, we’re offering a 30-day free trial which provides independent ... Read More »

Good Counsel: Think, Act and Achieve like a Legal Visionary

Good Counsel Think Act and Achieve like a Legal Visionary

Groundhog Day.   It’s a day in February.  It’s the title of a movie. It has become cliché for reliving the same day over and over again. It may well be a fitting description for the legal industry.  This is the narrative presented by attorney, author and entrepreneur, David Galbenski, in a key note presentation during the 2014 LexisNexis CounselLink Annual ... Read More »

LexisNexis Business of Law Events and Webinars this Week

LexisNexis Business of Law Events and Webinars this Week

We’ve got a packed week full of events including a series of webinars and a customer conference.  Most of these events are intended for existing customers: Law firm CRM. A glimpse of what to expect in the roadmap for our CRM product. Practice management.  Free tips for our law firm practice management tools. Live blogging and tweeting.  We’ll be live ... Read More »

Corporate Endurance:  LexisNexis enlists for IRONMAN Raleigh

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First, LexisNexis went back to school.  Now it’s supporting an extreme race of endurance. As the IRONMAN® 70.3® triathlon returns to Raleigh for the second straight year, LexisNexis has signed on as the event’s title sponsor.  However, it’s not just about sponsorship since 20+ LexisNexis employees form the North Carolina office are competing in the race. We made an official ... Read More »

YouTube Friday:  Building a Law Business for Desirable Clients

Building a Law Practice around Desirable Clients

Keep the profitable customers – dropped the customers that aren’t.  That was a core theme of Patricia Seybold’s 2001 book titled The Customer Revolution. Following this week’s posts on Porter’s Five Forces and the Future of Law, it seemed fitting to search for a Friday Share that matched this week’s trend. Digging through the archives on YouTube, we found one ... Read More »

Law2023: Seven Technology Opportunities for the Future of Law

Law2023 Seven Technology Opportunities for the Future of Law

Beneath the threads of the current legal industry storyline, there’s a sense of fatigue.  There are only so many “disruption” or “xyz is dying” stories, conferences and webinars an industry can take before becoming numb. This is what makes the Law2023 project so interesting: The underlying message is similar, but the positioning is dramatically different. The projects participants, “appreciated the ... Read More »

Porter’s Five Forces for the Legal Industry

Porter’s Five Forces for the Legal Pro

Michael E. Porter, the renowned economist and academic published a framework for analyzing markets in the Harvard Business Review in 1979.  Students of business get a good dose of the framework as a means to analyze competition in a given market — in order to drive the development of a business strategy. The framework now known as Porter’s Five Forces, ... Read More »