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July 7, 2010 FindLaw.com The Practice Paper Newsletter

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LAWYER MARKETING

  • Putting Stock In Marketing: Attorney Efforts Essential For Client Loyalty

TOOLS OF THE TRADE

  • How to Use Google Alerts to Monitor Changing Laws
  • Liquid Litigation Management Releases Liquid Lit Manager

COURT SIDE

  • FTC Settles Twitter Privacy Charges
  • Getting to know her: A portrait of Kagan emerges
  • Imperial Sugar, OSHA settle Ga. explosion case
  • U.S. Department of Justice Files Lawsuit Against Arizona's Racial Profiling Law

INSIDER TIPS & LAW FIRM NEWS

  • # 14: The Court Forms Myth - Always use forms from the court's website
  • Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney's Victory for Cook Composites and Polymers Affirmed
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LAWYER MARKETING:

PUTTING STOCK IN MARKETING: ATTORNEY EFFORTS ESSENTIAL FOR CLIENT LOYALTY
In an era when consolidation and reliance on in-house counsel are becoming more and more common, marketers must continually involve their lawyers in marketing efforts if their firms hope to stay competitive and successful. Read more...



TOOLS OF THE TRADE:

HOW TO USE GOOGLE ALERTS TO MONITOR CHANGING LAWS
(FindLaw's Strategist) - As a small firm owner, how do you monitor news related to changing laws, without breaking the bank on a bunch of staff you can't afford? Read more...


LIQUID LITIGATION MANAGEMENT RELEASES LIQUID LIT MANAGER
(FindLaw's Strategist) -For solo and boutique firm attorneys looking for an edge in their discovery practice, anything that can save time and energy is worth considering. For law practices seeking to increase productivity and profitability, software solutions are often worth considering. Read more...


COURT SIDE:

FTC SETTLES TWITTER PRIVACY CHARGES
(Eric Sinrod) - The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has settled with Twitter with respect to charges that during the first half of 2009 a hacker used an automated password-guessing tool to gain administrative control of Twitter, enabling the sending of phony tweets. Read more...

GETTING TO KNOW HER: A PORTRAIT OF KAGAN EMERGES
(AP) - Confident but still cautious. Smart and then some. Disarming. Knowing. Wicked funny. Read more...


IMPERIAL SUGAR, OSHA SETTLE GA. EXPLOSION CASE
(AP) - Imperial Sugar has reached a settlement with federal regulators seeking to fine the company for safety violations after a 2008 explosion at its Georgia refinery killed 14 workers near Savannah. Read more...


U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE FILES LAWSUIT AGAINST ARIZONA'S RACIAL PROFILING LAW
(PR Newswire) - The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) filed a lawsuit today challenging Arizona's recently enacted racial profiling law known as SB 1070. In taking this extraordinary action, the federal government has sent a clear message that it will not tolerate state laws that invite racial stereotyping and profiling and interfere with federal immigration priorities and policies. Read more...


INSIDER TIPS & LAW FIRM NEWS:

# 14: THE COURT FORMS MYTH - ALWAYS USE FORMS FROM THE COURT'S WEBSITE
The following is an excerpt from "Dangerous Law Practice - Myths, Lies and Stupidity" by Judd Kessler, ESQ.

While strolling through the big marble lobby of the district court building Arthur saw Georgia Billings, the law partner of his colleague Dick Scott. She was seated on a bench with her briefcase perched on her lap, frantically writing on a piece of paper. On the bench beside her were file folders and documents. Read more...

BUCHANAN INGERSOLL & ROONEY'S VICTORY FOR COOK COMPOSITES AND POLYMERS AFFIRMED
(PR Newswire) - Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC obtained another victory for client Cook Composites and Polymers ("CCP") in a unanimous non-precedential opinion issued on July 1, 2010, by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. Read more...


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