Archives for June 2012

Stem Client Roundup for June 2012

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

Well, here we are, at the midpoint of 2012. Looking back over the last few months’ roundups, our clients have had many accomplishments – and the year is only half over! Here is a quick look at their most recent news: Chicago injury attorney Jonathan Rosenfeld launched a microsite for this bike injury practice, at www.chicagobikeinjurylawyers.com. The site describes… more »

Lawblogs.ca Goes Uber-Canadian!

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

Canada. Our true north strong and free. Home of Kraft Dinner, maple syrup, and Nanaimo Bars. Land of the unnecessary apology and Slurpees when it’s -30 (Celsius, natch).  We don’t have attorneys, but we have barristers and solicitors, and as much as we love PBS, NPR, and the Beeb, we’ll always have a soft spot for the CBC. You know… more »

21 New Blogs at Lawblogs.ca

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

The last month may have been our busiest month ever for submissions to lawblogs.ca! Take a look at the 21 blogs added to the site since our last update less than six weeks ago: For the Law of Food (Sara Zborovski) Charter Cases.com (Jeremy Maddock) MediateBC Blog Thorsteinssons’ Tax Blog Emil Gordon Law Office Blog Acumen Law Corporation Blogmore »

Why Do You Still Have a LinkedIn Account?

Posted by Jordan Furlong on

One of Twitter’s many advantages is its ability to deliver snarky one-liners in 140 characters or fewer. Case in point: following the widely publicized hack of LinkedIn’s database last week, this gem appeared on Twitter: “LinkedIn announces major database breach, reminding millions of people that they have a LinkedIn account.” Another Twitter zinger, “What are the hackers going to do?… more »

Your Future Law Firm Domain Name

Posted by Steve Matthews on

Tired of limited .COM domain options? ICANN has started towards solving that issue by announcing the applicants for a bunch of new generic Top Level Domains (“gTLD”). Today was the “reveal day” for finding out which companies paid the $185K registration fee to grab everything from .PARIS to .WALMART.  There were 1,930 applications in total; a copy of the complete… more »

Stem Client Roundup for May 2012

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

We think Edwin Way Teale had it right when he said “All things seem possible in May.” Between launching blogs, sponsoring community events, and raising money for charities, our clients accomplished a lot this past month. Here’s a look at what they’ve been up to. Canadian tax law firm Thorsteinssons launched their Tax Blog, and have been busy writing… more »