Archives for November 2011

Stem Client Roundup for November 2011

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

With microsite launches, speaking engagements, and awards and honours, Stem’s clients were a busy lot in November. Here’s a quick look at what they were up to: BC legal support services provider Dye & Durham won “Large Business of the Year” at the Celebration of Business Excellence Awards, presented by the New Westminster, BC Chamber of Commerce. Congratulations! Kudos… more »

A Dozen New Blogs at Lawblogs.ca

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

We’ve added a dozen new Canadian law blogs to lawblogs.ca since our last update.  Blogs in this latest round of additions cover M&A, tax disputes, personal injury, and lots in between (including a new French-language blog). law.arts.culture (Osgoode Hall) Canadian Tax Dispute Blog (Pushor Mitchell LLP) Simpson Thomas Blog Litigation Brief (Hakemi & Company Law Corporation) Couture et associés more »

In our private universe: Being yourself on social media

Posted by Jordan Furlong on

Racing across the Canadian Twittersphere today is the story of Pat Martin, a Member of Parliament for the opposition New Democratic Party, who had a Howard Beale moment on Twitter last night. I’ll let you read the details of his online outbursts and decide for yourself whether it’s a good thing or a bad thing. I will say that it’s… more »

Social media for law firm leaders

Posted by Jordan Furlong on

I recently had a conversation with Sean Larkan, my Australia-based colleague with Edge International, about what law firm leaders need to know about social media. That conversation led to a Q&A that Sean has now posted on his Legal Leaders Blog. It’s a lengthy post, so here are some of the highlights; if these look interesting, I encourage… more »

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