Archives for January 2011

Stem Client Roundup for January 2011

Posted by Steve Matthews on

Here are some highlights of activities and achievements of Stem clients in the first month of the year: Kelowna, BC law firm Pushor Mitchell published its first Legal Alert issue for 2011. The January issue includes, among others, articles on constructive dismissal, access rights for grandparents, US foreclosures, and the insanity defense. The Canadian Corporate more »

Can a full-service law firm use Twitter?

Posted by Jordan Furlong on

When you try to be all things to everyone, you run the risk of winding up as nothing to anyone. That simple truth still eludes many businesses and organizations that consider their target market to be “everybody” or think that they can survive with a “general” mandate in a relentlessly diversifying world. When I was running a national lawyer magazine,… more »

How to get ahead in publishing (law firm edition)

Posted by Jordan Furlong on

It seems to me that for law firms, “content” — articles, papers, case law summaries, legislative updates, alerts, and so forth — is really just a lawyer byproduct, a side effect of lawyers’ efforts to stay informed about the law. That’s a critical aspect of lawyers’ primary function, of course, which is selling advice and judgment. But clients don’t pay… more »

Stem Client Roundup for December 2010

Posted by Steve Matthews on

We’ve been a little busy with the 2010 Clawbies over the past couple days here at Stem – which is our excuse for doing our client roundup a day late.  Nonetheless, we did gather some great client achievements, accolades, and activities from over the past month: Our newest client, Kelowna, BC law firm Pushor Mitchell was named the best law more »

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