November was an exceptionally busy month for Stem clients, and with lots of website launches and redesigns (extra busy here at Stem, too). Here’s a look at what our clients have been up in the last month:
- Arizona criminal attorney Lawrence Koplow of Koplow & Patane unveiled a modern new design for his Arizona Criminal Defense Lawyer Blog.
- Florida federal criminal lawyer Ron Chapman launched his Federal Criminal Lawyer FAQ site at www.federalcrimefaq.com, where he answers questions about types of federal crimes, sentencing, and defenses.
- Products injury firm Hissey Kientz introduced a new website section for its new Yaz & Yasmin practice group, which includes FAQ on the possible link between the Yaz birth control pill and dangerous blood clots.
- Web-based legal practice management solution Clio was highlighted at the iPhone J.D. blog, and also announced that its mobile version is now compatible with Android & Palm Pre phones.
- Chicago injury firm Strellis & Field announced its firm website redesign, which boasts a fresh new look and added content (including results, web publications, and news).
- Quickscribe added a Bill Tracker to its BC Legislation Portal, which provides RSS notification for 1st & 3rd reading of bills and consequential amendments.
- New Jersey criminal law firm the Office of Jonathan F. Marshall rolled out a new look for its New Jersey Criminal Defense Law Blog.
- Mike Myers of McClanahan Myers Espey continued to get excellent feedback on his Dead Peasant Insurance FAQ site, which answers common questions about corporate-owned life insurance (COLI)
- Clark Wilson lawyer Warren Brazier was recently appointed to the Province of BC’s Green Energy Task Force. Brazier is also a frequent contributor to the firm’s Megawatt blog.
- Our sole non-legal client, The Meadows Addiction Treatment Center, launched its Sexual Addiction Blog, where their clinical consultant Maureen Canning explores many aspects of sex addiction.
As always, we’ll be back next month with more news to share.