Fall is in full swing for Stem’s clients — here’s a quick peek at what everyone’s been up to since our last update:
- Mike Myers, a corporate owned life insurance lawyer at McClanahan Myers Espey, launched a new website, Dead Peasants Insurance Frequently Asked Questions, at DeadPeasantInsurance.com.
- Clark Wilson LLP labour & employment lawyer Valerie Dixon authored an article for Canadian Insurance magazine entitled “Competition is Fierce— Restrictive Covenants in the Shafron Case“.
- NJ criminal defense lawyer John Marshall revealed that extradition is on the rise in New Jersey and theorized that renewed interest in extradition may be related to the economy.
- Products injury firm Hissey Kientz put together a linkblog for mesothelioma and asbestos news.
- Florida federal crimes attorney Ron Chapman wrote about judges’ rulings related to expunction of criminal records on FloridaCriminalRecordsFAQ.com.
- New York brain injury lawyer John Hochfelder wrote about brain injury damages verdicts for lead paint poisoning in children and construction workers.
- Gregg Strellis, an attorney with Chicago injury firm Strellis & Field launched his new blog, Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer Blog.
- Arizona medical malpractice law firm Koplow & Patane rolled out their new firm website, azinjuryfirm.com.
- The Meadows of Wickenburg introduced its Soldiers & Military PTSD Treatment Program, which helps troops affected by service-related stressors.
- Legal case management SaaS provider Clio was featured in a case study in North Carolina Lawyer’s Weekly. The case study profiled Place & Hanley, a law firm that found Clio to be a good fit for their geographically distributed firm.
We’ll be back next month with another look at our clients’ achievements and successes.