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Stem Client Roundup for October 2014

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Happy Halloween! Hope you are taking time today to have some fun, indulge in a few treats, and enjoy a little break from the busyness of the fall. Between launching new websites, speaking engagements, and blogging, our clients certainly have been busy this past month. Read on for more details. We welcomed our newest client, Ottawa-based international trade law firm… more »

Stem Client Roundup for September 2014

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The air’s a little cooler, the leaves are turning, and the kids are back in school – fall is definitely here! September was full of hustle and bustle here at Stem and for our clients. Here’s a look at what they’ve been up to over the past month: Langley family lawyer Michael Jones of Waterstone Law Group blogged a primer more »

Stem Client Roundup for August 2014

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Whether you consider the end of summer as “the most wonderful time of the year“, or are sad to see the sunny weather on the wane, the end of August is here, and soon we’ll all be back into the full swing of fall. Check out our latest installment of company news, and here’s a quick look… more »

Stem Client Roundup for July 2014

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American author Hal Borland once said, “Summer is a promissory note signed in June, its long days spent and gone before you know it, and due to be repaid next January.” A bit of a deflating thought! Here at Stem we’re all managing to take some time off to make the most of our short Canadian summer, and we hope… more »

Stem Client Roundup for June 2014

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It’s official: the year is half over! After a year away on mat leave, I’m happy to be back at Stem, and to share this roundup of June’s client news and activities with you. BC legal support services provider Dye & Durham (which is celebrating an amazing 140 years this year!) unveiled their new website, published their July 2014 Litigation more »

Stem Client Roundup for May 2014

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The spring is just about over and summer is just around the corner!  May has been a busy month, particularly for our clients.  Let’s see what they have been up to: Texas product liability firm, Hissy Kientz LLP, added a new key practice area to its main website, on lawsuits by the cleanup workers of the BP oil spill.  … more »

Stem Client Roundup for April 2014

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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 month: Fraser Valley law firm Waterstone Law Group posed the questions “Can I Terminate an Employee Who is Off Sick with the Flu?”… more »

Stem Client Roundup for March 2014

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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 is… more »

Stem Client Roundup for February 2014

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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: Hissey Kientz LLP updated content on several of its websites:  the testosterone booster site, the Wright hip replacement site, the Mirena site and the… more »

Stem Client Roundup for December 2013

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The holiday season is almost over and it is very nearly 2014, but we have one last client roundup for 2013!  Despite the usual slowdown for the holiday season, our clients have been busy this month. Texas product liability firm, Hissey Kientz, was active this month, posting a new content section to its DePuy hip replacement website and to… more »

Stem Client Roundup for October 2013

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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 »

Stem Client Roundup for September, 2013

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  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 to… more »

Stem Client Roundup for August 2013

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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: As noted in a recent Stem News ItemLawrence Koplow has received a favorable outcome in a landmark DUI case involving faulty testing equipment at the Scottsdale Crime… more »

Stem Client Roundup for July 2013

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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: In July, Canadian tax firm, Thorsteinssons LLP, was named “Canadian Tax Firm of the Year” in the 2013 Lawyers World Law Awards,… more »

Practice Group Publishing Strategies: A Book Excerpt

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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.” Today, we’d… more »