Archives for April 2010

Stem Client Roundup for April 2010

Posted by Steve Matthews on

It’s been another busy month for Stem’s clients. Here are some of the notable highlights: The Canadian Corporate Counsel Association (CCCA), the voice of Canada’s in-house counsel, signed on as Stem Legal’s newest client Randy McClanahan of commercial litigation law firm McClanahan Myers Espey explains why bankruptcy attorneys should work on a contingency fee basis West Palm Beach criminal more »

Latest Additions to LawBlogs.ca

Posted by Steve Matthews on

Here’s a roundup of the latest additions to LawBlogs.ca: The Law Blog (Thompson Dorfman Sweatman) Aviation Law Blog (Alexander Holburn LLP) Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure (Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP) Canadian Labour Law & Industrial Relations (Michael Urminsky) Altro & Associates Legal Eve: IP, Marketing & Entertainment Law Blog (Jeanette Lee) Banking & Financial Services Law (Osler) Quebec Labour more »

Building Effective Legal FAQ Collections

Posted by Steve Matthews on

An article on A List Apart recently caught our attention here at Stem.  R. Stephen Gracey’s post Infrequently Asked Questions of FAQs wonders whether FAQ sections on websites actually work. While he acknowledges their popularity, he’s got a beef with them because they rarely answer the questions he actually has. Gracey’s post offers some solid advice for good FAQs, including:… more »

Twitter for law firms

Posted by Jordan Furlong on

Following on my last post, which looked at the uses of Facebook for law firms, I thought I’d review the uses of Twitter in the law firm context. As before, I’m going to focus less on the benefits that Twitter can deliver to individual lawyers (which I’ve covered a couple of times at Law21) than on the best ways… more »

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