Here’s our quick look at what Stem clients have been busy with over the past month:
- Web-based practice management solution Clio picked up three recommendations from TechnoLawyer’s recent post SmallLaw: A Law Practice Survival Guide for the Involuntarily Solo.
- Florida criminal attorney Ron Chapman addressed the issue of false accusations of domestic violence and explains what police are not allowed to testify about when a case turns on whether a person was acting in self defense.
- Nursing home attorney Jonathan Rosenfeld was interviewed by Ottawa, Illinois-based newspaper The Times, where he gave tips on how to detect nursing home abuse.
- A new feature article entitled “Green Buildings: Moving to the Mainstream” has just been published on BCRELinks.com, which is published by Clark Wilson’s commercial real estate group.
- Texas contingent fee litigation firm McClanahan Myers Espey blogged about a recent US Court of Appeals decision that labeled STOLI translations “insurance fraud”.
- Arizona criminal defense lawyer Lawrence Koplow blogged about how to make your criminal record almost go away, addressing issues related to DUI convictions, wrongful arrests, criminal records, and expungement. Lawrence also just published a post on Super Extreme DUI convictions.
- New York injury attorney John Hochfelder launched a new site, Brain Injury Lawyer FAQ, where he answers questions about traumatic brain injury lawsuits and related topics.
- Addiction treatment center The Meadows was pleased to see that The Intimacy Factor, co-written by Meadows Senior Clinical Advisor Pia Mellody, was highly recommended by Dr. Drew Pinsky in Newsweek.
- At the New Jersey DWI Lawyer Blog, attorney John Marshall discussed some of the factors that can affect your blood alcohol content and showed how quickly one can become intoxicated.
- Products injury law firm Hissey Kientz LLP is gearing up to launch a microsite to support its new Herbal Fen-Phen practice group.
We’ll be back next month with more news and achievements.