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The year seems to be flying by! It is already the end of March and our clients, as usual, have been busy and productive this month.
The Canadian Corporate Counsel Association unveiled a new design for its in-house magazine, CCCA Magazine… (Spring 2014). The major theme of this issue is “Managing Your Privacy Risk: An In-House Guide”. Also, CCCA ismore »
February and winter are winding to a close and spring is right around the corner. Last month, as our clients waited for winter to end, they were all busy with various activities. These activities include:more »
Just a quick update on the Canadian Law Blogs List at lawblogs.ca. Here’s a look at a selection of the blogs that have been added to the directory since our last round of new additions back in October:more »
October is quickly drawing to a close. It has been a busy and productive month for our clients, as you can see:
Thorsteinssons, the Canadian tax law boutique firm, boasts four lawyers in Who’s Who Legal: Michael Colborne, Ian Gamble, Michael McLaren and Michael O’Keefe QC. In other news, Matthew Williams spoke on “Current Cases” at …more »
Fall is definitely here and it is getting busy again. Over the past month, our clients have been very active, both online and off:
Cloud-based practice management software Clio… had its inaugural Clio Cloud Conference on September 23 and 24 and it was very successful! At the Conference, Clio announced its iOS app. It employs an innovative design tomore »
Summer is coming to an end and the days are getting shorter. Our clients have made good use of the longer summer days, however, and have accomplished a lot in August:more »
Warm summer weather, picnics, beaches, vacations… you would think that would mean a slow down in activity this month, but not for our clients! Stem clients are as busy as ever with lots to report:more »
You may have heard that Steve Matthews and I recently published our first book, Content Marketing and Publishing Strategies for Law Firms, with The Ark Group…. Our mission was to help law firms place a strategic framework around their content marketing efforts — to identify and implement the “Why” of publishing, rather than just the “How.”
As June turns into July, schools are out and the lazy days of summer begin. Our clients, however, have been busy in June:
Four of Thorsteinssons‘ lawyers were chosen by their peers as Leading Practitioners in the 2013 Lexpert Legal Directory. Doug Mathew, Craig Sturrock, Warren Mitchell and Matthew Williams …were accorded this honour in the areamore »
The flowers are all in bloom, the leaves are on the trees and Spring is in full swing. It must be May. Our clients, as usual, are full of news to share:more »
April has come and gone in the blink of an eye, and this month there’s no shortage of news to share. Here’s a peek at what our clients have been up to over the last few weeks:more »
As noted at Stem News, Clio has just unveiled a redesign of their practice management blog, Small Firm Innovation…. We were privileged to be part of this project and wanted to share some details on the new site, plus what’s happening under the hood.
Going into the redesign, Clio had two goals: make the monthly themes more prominent, and
Ogden Nash wrote, “Indoors or out, no one relaxes in March, that month of wind and taxes. The wind will presently disappear, the taxes last us all the year.” Looking at all our clients accomplished over the last few weeks, I think it’s safe to say that indeed, there wasn’t much relaxing in March! Read on for details of their…more »
Forgive us for being a day late with our month-end client news roundup; the end of February really snuck up! As we remark every year, our clients managed to accomplish quite a bit in this short month. Here’s a look at what they’ve been busy with:more »
It never ceases to amaze us how quickly January flies by! This month has been a great one for us at Stem: we just wrapped up our second-ever company retreat, two days of brainstorming, strategizing and of course, some fun stuff thrown in for good measure. We thoroughly enjoyed the time we spent together in person – something that doesn’t…more »