2010 is off to a great start for Stem’s clients, with a bunch of new websites and media mentions. Here’s our monthly look at what they were up to throughout January:
- As noted earlier this week, Stem’s new client Gowlings released Trendwatch 2010, its annual roundup of legal trends that are likely to affect domestic and international businesses this year.
- Arizona law firm Nirenstein Garnice Soderquist rolled out a new blog, Arizona Elder Law & Probate Litigation Blog (the firm also maintains the Arizona Divorce & Family Law Blog).
- Phoenix DUI attorney Lawrence Koplow has added new service pages to his Criminal Defense Lawyer Blog, including Arizona drug crimes, asset forfeiture & seizure, fraud schemes, and DUI.
- At their Drug Recall Watch newsblog, products injury law firm Hissey Kientz LLP noted that pretrial proceedings for Yaz and Yasmin lawsuits are going forward in Illinois.
- Legal practice management software Clio announced its new Clio Facebook page as well as its new partnership with LawCharge.
- Mike Myers, a corporate-owned life insurance attorney at McClanahan Myers Espey was quoted in a pair of Houston Chronicle articles that detail a settled COLI case.
- Maureen Canning of The Meadows Addiction Treatment Center was quoted in a pair of articles on sexual addiction rehabilitation.
- West Palm Beach attorney Ron Chapman introduced new websites for his Florida bankruptcy practice & West Palm Beach Bankruptcy Blog.
- Nursing home abuse lawyer Jonathan Rosenfeld added several new categories (including malnutrition, dehydration, physically disabled patients, infections and gangrene) to his Bed Sore FAQ website.
- Miami criminal attorney Terry Lenamon at Lenamon Law has launched a new blog on the death penalty and capital crimes issues, www.deathpenaltyblog.com.
- At his New Jersey Criminal Defense Lawyer Blog, attorney John Marshall described a new law related to expungement of drug distribution charges.
We’ll be back in a month to share more notable projects and news.