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Stem client Clio announces major private equity investment

Posted by Jordan Furlong on

Big news is breaking at Legal Tech New York today, and we’re especially proud here at Stem Legal because it involves one of our clients, Clio. Jack Newton, Rian Gauvreau and friends have just announced that Clio has raised $6 million in its Series B round of financing from Acton Capital Partners, a Munich-based growth equity investor, and… more »

LegalWeb2.0: Doug Cornelius on Face-Blocking

Posted by Steve Matthews on

The second edition of Law Practice Magazine‘s LegalWeb2.0 column is now online. This month, Doug Cornelius has authored a great roundup of the issues faced by law firms who block internal access to social media websites. His article, titled Online Social Networking: Is It a Productivity Bust or Boon for Law Firms? covers a broad range of issues, from… more »

Does Your Law Firm Face-block? Take this Survey!

Posted by Steve Matthews on

Related to my last post, Legal web2.0 guru Doug Cornelius (he’ll hate that I’m calling him a guru) and I are conducting a survey for an upcoming LegalWeb2.0 column. We’re trying to gather some intelligence about the practice of blocking social media websites by law firms. That is, you try to visit the Facebook’s, LinkedIn’s and Twitter’s of the… more »

LegalWEB2.0 Coming to ABA’s Law Practice

Posted by Steve Matthews on

Soon to be unveiled in the upcoming issue of the ABA LPM’s Law Practice magazine will be LegalWEB2.0, a new column to be edited by yours truly.  I’ve included a small image capture below to pique your interest! If you care to squint, you can probably get a sneak peak at the into blurb from the first article, written by… more »