Archives for March 2011

Stem Client Roundup for March 2011

Posted by Steve Matthews on

March seems to have raced right along here at Stem. Nevertheless, our clients have another full month of accomplishments. Here’s the roundup: Product injury lawyers at Hissey Kientz published articles on an FDA warning about the link between use of migraine and epilepsy drug Topamax during pregnancy and birth defects such as cleft lip and cleft palate or spina bifida more »

Online innovation: a privacy policy generator

Posted by Jordan Furlong on

Stem client Harrison Pensa LLP of London, Ontario has done a great service to every organization that operates a website (which is to say, much of the corporate world). Led by business and technology lawyer David Canton (author of the eLegal blog), the firm has helped create a privacy policy generator called PrivacyTool. PrivacyTool guides users through a… more »

WordPress Security for Law Firm Websites

Posted by Steve Matthews on

If your law firm website or blog uses WordPress as its content management system, please take a look at my latest Slaw column on beefing up security measures around the administration login area.  WordPress is our preferred development platform here at Stem, so I’ve tried to outline some of the steps we take when setting up a new website.… more »

Using new media to access old media

Posted by Jordan Furlong on

I’ve written a new feature article for CBA PracticeLink, the Canadian Bar Association’s online practice magazine: “How to use old media to access new media.” The article, as you might infer from the title, suggests that the old world of newspapers and radio and the new world of social media and online content are not two solitudes. They can… more »

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