Archives for February 2008

The Scoop! Helping Journalists Use the Law

Posted by Steve Matthews on

Following up on yesterday’s JD Supra launch post, I’d like to illustrate how The Scoop portion of the site works. I don’t believe either of the following two stories have hit Google news yet, but both are supported by some of the latest legal filings under The Scoop: In re Dell, Inc. ERISA Litigation laintiff’s Memorandum of Law more »

JD Supra is Live Today!

Posted by Steve Matthews on

Stem Legal is proud to congratulate client JD Supra on today’s launch of their new website & accompanying blog – JD Scoop! JD Supra is a new website dedicated helping lawyers & law firms share legal documents, forms, pleadings, judgements, research, and other professional support materials. As I wrote a few months back, I think JD Supra is going… more »

The Diminished Value of Facebook

Posted by Steve Matthews on

The February edition of my Web Law Connected column is now posted over on Slaw. In this month’s article, Closed Networks & The Problem with Facebook, I address some of my biggest concerns with social networks (or any web product for that matter) that attempt to exist in a vacuum. This is a bit of a turn-around for… more »

Lexblog Interview on Law Firm SEO

Posted by Steve Matthews on

I’m going to break a personal rule today. I don’t normally reproduce entire blog posts, but this is a situation where I was the original source of the content, and I really like what the exchange says. So I’ll make an exception. :) Quoted below is a Q&A session published this past Friday by Lexblog’s Rob La Gatta. It’s… more »

Legal FAQ Collections