April has flown by, but the news & projects continue to come for Stem clients. Here’s our monthly roundup of client successes:
- New York injury lawyer John Hochfelder hosted Blawg Review #209, and dedicated the legal blogging roundup to his late father. The Blawg Review was enormously well-received, and mentioned by at least a dozen other bloggers, who praised John’s creative and touching approach.
- Clio co-founder Jack Newton spoke at the LegalIT 3.0 conference in Montreal earlier this month, delivering a presentation called “10 Things Every Lawyer Should Know about Software-as-a-Service“. And TechnoLawyer dubbed Clio a “Best in Show” at this year’s ABA TechShow 2009.
- Contingency fee litigation firm McClanahan Myers Espey was pleased to announce that the firm’s client, Clear Correct, Inc., resolved its patent infringement dispute against competitor Align Technology.
- Nursing home lawyer Jonathan Rosenfeld wrote an article for Long Term Living Magazine on the Federal Trade Commission’s “Red Flag Rule” and how it will enhance privacy in nursing homes.
- Hissey Kientz LLP, a product injury law firm, re-launched its firm website. With a fresh, clean look, the new site features expanded multimedia, news, and detailed information about the drugs, devices, and injuries the firm specializes in.
- At China Law Insight, King & Wood PRC lawyers wrote recently about changes to insurance law in China, as well as the country’s efforts to adapt to the changing global auto industry.
- Lyall Knott, Q.C., a senior partner at BC law firm Clark Wilson, was appointed to the International Joint Commission (IJC) as a Canadian commissioner. The IJC is an independent, binational body that helps prevent and resolve water-related disputes along the Canada-US boundary.
- Our New Jersey criminal attorney client, The Law Offices of John Marshall, unveiled both a new website (New Jersey Marijuana Lawyer) and new blog (New Jersey DWI Lawyer Blog). The firm also added a service page for animal and dog bites to its personal injury website.
- The Meadows Addiction Treatment Center announced a new program called Integrated Evaluation, which combines the expertise of medical and mental health professionals and offers clients a comprehensive, thorough evaluation.
- West Palm Beach criminal lawyer Ron Chapman wrote about when a judge can increase a bond amount, and what constitutes “good cause” in order to do so.
- At JD Scoop, there’s a great post with practical ideas on “What Documents Should I Post on JD Supra“? Adrien Lurssen explains six main types of documents and they benefits and value associated with each.
We’ll be back next month to share more!